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    Drawings

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    Rijn and François Boucher are all extraordinary examples of artists who each used and approached life drawings in a different manner, moving the character and role of drawing from preparatory life studies to fully finished salable drawings, based on the changing art market as well as each artist’s priorities. One of the earlier Italian draftsmen, Leonardo da Vinci, utilized life drawing as a way to both explore the human anatomy for scientific purposes as well as to capture the human body

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    The Art of Drawing

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    The simplistic art of contemporary drawing has always been concerned with making marks. Different artist exploit lines to make marks, which come together to express or create a feeling the particular artist is communicating. Drawing or making marks has been around longer than any other art form as cavemen where the first to discover the art. Since this time artist have been able to manipulate line and colour using not only pencil or graphite, but using charcoal, ink, water colour pencils and micro

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    Walter Oltmann Drawing

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    The Oxford Dictionary defines drawing as to, “produce (a picture or diagram) by making lines and marks on paper with a pencil, pen, etc.” The boundaries of this traditional definition of drawing, however have begun to be pushed by conceptual artists who look rather to see drawing in the way that Henri Matisse did, as: “the precision of thought,” thus expanding the definition of drawing to encompass unconventional drawings that may be three-dimensional or created on surfaces other than paper with

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    Where others see drawing as a waste of time that destroys a perfect piece of paper, I only saw the excitement. A vast number of artists find that their activities are a way to communicate, as well as displaying their inner emotions. For as long as I can remember, I have had a strong interest in drawing. Even as a child, I tend to seek out drawing as a blank canvas for my feelings. Despite the amount of YouTube channels that I had watched, my best friend captivated me. It all began in middle school

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    What is Drawing? “A drawing is simply a line going for a walk.” Paul Klee (Klee, 2010) Drawing is to create a picture, image or diagram with a pencil or pen by making lines or marks on a piece of paper or other material. The common theory I have found, after questioning several people on what their definition of drawing was, is that drawing is a method to convey feelings or emotions onto a piece of paper, using a pencil or pen so that others can see what they are thinking or feeling. This

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    This type of art focuses on drawing skills, and as such takes time in learning the basics of illustration. Color is secondary to form in a pen and ink drawing, and simply reinforces and fills out the inked in portion of the work. Simply put, you really need to know how to draw to pull off this type of art. Drawing A student artist will probably draw long before he ever takes brush in hand. A pencil and a notepad are all that is needed to practice and develop this skill. There are many fine

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    Uses and Handling Drawing Drawing the most essential and most productive thing that we can do ,to express our own . Drawing is just like ,your creating a house that full of ideas and passion .Drawing is the feelings that we feel and encounter every time we walk,sleep,eat and etc. Drawing is an overall proportion of the figure ,quickly fixing the mood,the sweeping action of the pose ,and the underlying rhythms that give animation and like to a figure drawing .A good gesture of drawing swings like a song

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    The Drawing

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    up at the Drawing stage with an uneasy gaze. I sighed softly and prodded my father’s hand off my knee. Connections with the Founders, he says. He’s just trying to make me feel better. I know the Founders and scientists have never really gotten along. There have been plenty of stories about increasing your odds in the Drawing. It’s a rumor, It has to be, or else the Drawing would lose it’s purpose. I lift my head up to view the large stage ahead of me. A banner reads “83rd Annual Drawing” across the

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    Michelangelo's Cleopatra

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    The Woman Behind Cleopatra, by William E. Wallace, is an article about Michelangelo’s famous Cleopatra drawing. The article also looks at the drawing on the reverse side that is called grotesque by many; why the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston included it in an exhibition of the masters, and Michelangelo’s relationship with Tommaso de’ Cavalieri. Wallace is a Professor of Art History at Washington University in Saint Louis and the author of the book, Michelangelo: The Artist, the Man, and His Times

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    instance, if all the elements of the ancient information were lost forever, and to never see again. Just picture the Santa Maria De Fiore without a dome structure. The greatest accomplishments in engineering history and form to never exist. This drawing is a drawing is a depiction of that reality being presented. The unfortunate part about this, it was true for Florence to experience a dome-less cathedral in any type of weather before the contest for a commission that Brunelleschi won. During the time

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    turning part of the U shape and enlarged it. In order to achieve the tenderness of the material on my drawing, I used tissue to blend the areas so the gradual change from light to dark was successfully completed. I also found that when I made the shadow part really dark and the light part really light, the three-dimensional vision was represented strongly. Although the mood of this drawing was soft, I still slightly regret that the folding was too simple. I selected an area from the chalk

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    to more around Philadelphia. When she got there she began going to school at 6. Cassatt spent five whole years in Europe for education. She spent a lot of time visiting other places like London, Paris and Berlin. Her education consisted mainly of drawing, music and languages of French and German. Cassatt’s family did not want her to become an artist but she followed her dreams and went to the school Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She attended there at only age

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    Child-Participatory Methods

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    and verbal language. In contrast, qualitative participatory methods such as drawings, timelines, vignettes and narratives encourage children to freely express their emotions, feelings and ideas. Thus, through self-participatory methods children’s needs could be understood better, quality of care can be reoriented and further improved. In the past, few authors have assessed children’s anxiety, fear and behavior using drawings and narratives.1, 2-4 Pond, in 1968, found stories concerned with pain, blood

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    changes in the history of art have occurred with religious values and related to royal blood. The artistic genius of Peter Paul Rubens has impacted the development of the Baroque art. The prolific works from Rubens included many paintings, prints, and drawings. Thus, made Rubens one of the greatest Flemish artists during the seventeenth century. And they were very known to the Catholic church and the royal influences around Europe. But most of the time of his artistic career, he painted for his own pleasure

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    Never Draw

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    accompanied me daily while I was an elementary school student. It is my carbon pencil. This sensation always cast me back to a memory happened my childhood. This was the conversion of my life. I was growing up at an artistic environment; I love drawing since I learned to write. My grandfather was a painter and my father was a set designer. My grandfather was died many years ago. I do not know much about my grandfather but I saw many of his works of art and they were all wonderful to me. Unlike my

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    Sherman Alexie Humor

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    main character Junior. In this novel Sherman Alexie uses dark humor through the drawings of his main character and with literary techniques in order to make very serious depressing situations into bearable moments which everyone can understand. One of the most meaningful drawing in this novel is the drawing of Junior himself. The obvious factor of Junior considering himself to be abnormal is very prominent in this drawing (p.5) Instead of his body parts being normal, they’re not

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    For my drawing piece titled, ‘Dependency”, I decided to create a series of small drawings placed inside different confined spaces of a printer’s tray. The drawings are a combination of organic, raw, human anatomical parts and very geometric technological devices used in everyday life. My piece was inspired by graphic designer Ant Jumratsilpa who created a drawing (image 1) in which he too fuses organs and technological devices such as telephones, circuit boards etc. in order to establish a connection

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    were ready. “A portrait?” It must have been hiding behind the colored papers layer all the time. And a flow of memory took me back to my first drawing class nine years ago. Miss Huong, my teacher, cheerfully welcomed me when I arrived. Having settled in my seat, I glanced at a big blackboard, saw the prompt “Draw anyone”, and smirked because I had been drawing hundreds of portraits of characters from Japanese comics, and selling them to my friends for some extra money. I confidently grabbed my pencil

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    I have been drawing since seventh grade, practicing whenever I could, even in the middle of class. I remember not having to go to a parent teacher conference because I complained about not wanting to go, all because I knew the teachers probably had something to say about my grades and lack of attention in class. I drew so much in Jr. High and high school that there were a few instances where my parents would often get angry and threaten to take my drawing stuff away. They had gone to parent teacher

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    Some Things Just Really Make Me Angry

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    me angry. Angry because my interpretation of this passage brought back a lot of memories of events that I have had to deal with in my educational "career". There were two sentences, in particular, that really ticked me off. The first was: If a drawing instrument is put in the child's hand, that child will almost instinctively use it to draw--a "skill" that no one has imparted or transmitted to the child. The second was: The child must be exposed to language in order for him or her to acquire

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