The Sculptor and Art Student's Guide to the Proportions of the Human Form

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Proportions of the Human Figure

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Victor Perard,Relative Proportions

Victor Perard, Relative Proportions of bones by heads
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Anatomy and Drawing (Dover Books on Art Instruction)

Victor Perard was an art instructor at Cooper Union in New York City and a graduate of the E'cole des Beaux-Arts, Paris, The National Academy of Design and the Arts Sudents' League, New York City. He was also a painter and illustrator. The images here are from a book of his called Anatomy and Drawing, which he published in 1928.

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Click Here! The entire book, with all the illustrations, by Victor Perard is now available as an instantly downloadable E-book.

The book includes over 1016 detailed illustrations of the human body in perspective, from different angles, both in still poses and in movement

Chapter Headings:
Section I: Proportion
Section II: Skeleton
Section III: Head & Neck
Section IV: The Torso
Section V: The Arm
Section VI: The Hand
Section VII: The Leg
Section VIII: The Foot
Plus in section IX you'll get:
Insider secrets of applying anatomy for composition
37 illustrations of foreshadowing and
31 full images of people and groups of people in multiple positions.

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