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Big Book of Drawing
625 .
h.f. Ullmann

If you want to solidly get into drawing, you could not encounter anybody better than András Szunyoghy. His decades of experience as an artist and tutor predestine him for the creation of a basic rulebook for the learning of this old art. In a similarly playful and systematic manner, he succeeds in instructing in the big fields of drawing in four legs. The lessons in The Big Book of Drawing contain step-by-step instructions in picture and text as well as innumerable examples. The reader follows Szunyoghys thought process intuitively and casually learns to judge his development status. Practice techniques for watching and drawing. Useful tools such as the Dürer-grid and a grey scale complete the work. The graphic artist and painter András Szunyoghy (born 1946) learnt his craft with Jenő Barcsay, the Old Master of the artistic anatomy, and studied anatomy of animals for four years at the Budapest Academy for Veterinary Sciences. Several exhibitions of his graphical work made him well known beyond borders. Today, András Szunyoghy is a professor for artistic anatomy at the University for Applied Art, Budapest, and his creative power is unbowed. Ullmann Publishing released his Anatomic Drawing School and Human Anatomy for Artists. Highlights Over 1000 illustrations of the Hungarian master András Szunyoghy A didactically set up textbook Step-by-step procedure in illustration and explanation All big topics of drawing from perspective via portrait and landscapes to man and animal in repose and motion With a high quality Dürer grid to practice perspective With a grey scale to practice depth and hatching


Shells, Dezallier d'Argenville
Carpita, Veronica / Willmann, Prof. Dr. Rainer / Willmann, Sophia
1170 .

Temple of Flora, Thornton
Dressendörfer, Prof. Dr. Werner
6100 .

Anatomy Drawing School: Human
Andras Szunyoghy, Gyorgy Feher
415 .

Human Anatomy for Artists
András Szunyoghy
365 .
 
 
 
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