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Publication Date: 1998
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
(Note: Each chapter concludes with Suggested Exercises.) 1. The Evolution of Intent: Major Factors and Concepts in Figure Drawing. 2. The Structural Factor: The Figure as a Structure. 3. The Anatomical Factor: Part One: The Skeleton. 4. The Anatomical Factor: Part Two: The Muscles. 5. The Design Factor: The Relational Content of Figure Drawing. 6. The Expressive Factor: The Emotive Content of Figure Drawing. 7. The Factors Interacting: Some Examples. 8. A Gallery of Visual Resources. Bibliography. Index.Goldstein, Nathan is the author of 'Figure Drawing: The Structure, Anatomy, and Expressive Design of Human Form', published 1998 under ISBN 9780139238635 and ISBN 0139238638.
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