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Master Class in Figure Drawing by  Robert Beverly; Terence Coyle (ed.) Hale - First Edition, second printing - 1985 - from Downtown Books & News and Biblio.com

Master Class in Figure Drawing

by Hale, Robert Beverly; Terence Coyle (ed.)

Condition: VG-/G


NY, NY: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1985. First Edition, second printing. Hardcover. VG-/G. 4to. 144pp. Cream cloth covered boards. Edges of textblock and endpapers foxed and rubbed. Corners lightly bumped. Former owner’s name on ffep. Illustrated Dj. is chipped along edges and has a few closed tears. Lightly soiled. A 6” by 2” portion of the lower Dj. flap is missing, presumably cut out by the former owner. An in depth look at figure drawing with many B/W examples and diagrams.




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