The Language Of Drawing by Edward Hill (HC, 1966)
Content Description: Written by an artist who is also a teacher of art, this book is a unique introduction to the special character of drawing - its particular aesthetic qualities and the techniques used to achieve them. The book contains a Preface, Contents, and Bibliography. Contents include: a Definition, Drawing As Seeing, The Form-maker, Michaelangelo's Ark, materials and miscellanea: a Philosophy of Craft, The Pedagogical Mirror, and A new Disposition along with numerous illustrations.
Condition Description: Book is an ex-library book with the usual library markings. Book has FML inked on top, side, and bottom of text block. No creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting, and no writing in margins of book. Binding is firm.
Publisher: Prentice-Hall, Inc.
Number of Pages: 152
Dimensions: 5 1/2" x 8" x 3/4"
Country of Manufacture: USA