Whether you are a beginner or an expert, be inspired to pick up a pencil, pen or charcoal with this comprehensive guide to drawing from Sarah Simblet.
From still life to architecture, learn to tackle different subjects in a variety of ways following step-by-step instructions in drawing classes which will take you through the basics to more advanced techniques.
From quick pencil sketches to finished colour studies Sarah Simblet brings her expertise as an artist and teacher, using her own inspirational work as well as famous Masters to demonstrate the "how to" aspects of drawing.
Whatever your ability, it is never been easier to master the art of drawing.
Sarah s expertise, enthusiasm, and innovative approach to drawing give her books a vitality that appeals to a wide audience.
Sarah teaches at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford, and at the Royal College of Art in London. She has studied and worked in Oxford, Cheltenham, Heidelberg, and Madrid, and was awarded her PhD by the University of Bristol.
Her drawings are in national and private collections, including the Royal Academy of Art in London and the Ashmolean in Oxford. Sarah is the author of the highly acclaimed Anatomy for the Artist and has had three solo shows of her large-scale work. She has given interviews on BBC Radio 4 and has acted as a consultant for Watchmaker and for Discovery Channel s Art-Science documentaries.
Her latest book, The Drawing Book (DK, 2005) reveals a unique blend of practical teaching, inspirational sketchbooks, and insights into a range of masterpieces.
Author: Sarah Simblet
264 page paperback, 229 x 276mm
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