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Fair/Fair. 8 x 10.25 Inches Art Instruction FAIR CONDITION; JACKET FAIR CONDITION; 159 pps; hard cover and dust jacket worn and soiled; text clean and unmarked; binding stable; ex-library w/usual treatments.
VG+/VG. 42, 45, 61. 6812403. Book is clean, straight & tight, stated 1968 edition; bound in yellow cloth with dark green printing on the front and spine. Spine ends are lightly bumped and previous owner's book plate and name are on the front pastedown, also a small ink mark on the half-title page, upper corner. Dust jacket is clean & bright, price intact. It has some edgewear and some chipping at the upper spine edge and upper front fold. Two edge tears are internally mended. From dj----In this companion volume to Creative Pencil Drawing, the world's leading reportorial draughtsman offers the reader a totally fresh look at drawing with ink media.; B/W Drawings; 10.5 x 8 inches; 159 pages.
Very Good in Poor dust jacket. 0823010759. 159,  pages, well illustrated (some in color), cloth, dust jacket frayed otherwise very good. 8 by 11 inches. From the DJ: "In this companion volume to CREATIVE PENCIL DRAWING, the world's leading reportorial draughtsman offers the reader a totally fresh look at drawing with ink media. " From Wikipedia: "Paul Hogarth was a painter with a talent for illustration and reportage, which was allied to his love of travel. This led him to produce drawings and watercolours recording events and places all over the world. As an illustrator he studied under James Boswell, and worked with a number of eminent authors, including Robert Graves, Graham Greene, Brendan Behan, Lawrence Durrell, and William Golding. He illustrated the New Penguin Shakespeare series of paperbacks in the 1970s, and his work can also be seen on the cover of John Wyndham's 'The Midwich Cuckoos'."; 160 pages.
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