Anatomy Drawing School: Human Anatomy - András Szunyoghy, György Fehér
Anatomy Drawing School: Human Anatomy
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Anatomy Drawing School: Human Anatomy

Ullmann, 2012
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Ullmann, 2012

The Anatomical Drawing School recognises the prominent role of the anatomy for the fine arts. The impressively detailed illustrations of the Hungarian master Andras Szunyoghy have accompanied artists as well as anatomists...

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The Anatomical Drawing School recognises the prominent role of the anatomy for the fine arts. The impressively detailed illustrations of the Hungarian master Andras Szunyoghy have accompanied artists as well as anatomists all over the world for more than a decade. The current two-volume edition is intended to make Szunyoghy's work accessible for an even broader public. The familiar high quality of the illustrations and anatomic content joins with the new flexicover to provide a new and excellent value book. This human volume contains an explanation of the technical terms, and an introduction into bone and muscle structures. Also considered are the basics of drawing with movement and nude studies, with bones and body parts illustrated individually and in relation. Detailed explanations and anatomically correct notation ensures that development in technical skill can be developed at a fast rate.
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Počet strán
204
Hmotnosť
588 g
Rok vydania
2012
Väzba
špirálová väzba
Jazyk
anglický
Vydavateľstvo
Ullmann
Rozmer
188×231 mm
ISBN
9783833157318
Naše katalógové číslo
129055

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