THE HUMAN FIGURE by David K. Rubins

THE HUMAN FIGURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A substantial book for art students by a well known teacher on the staff of the John Herron Art Institute. A short text and over 250 of Mr. Rubins' well detailed figure studies cover what the artist needs to know about human anatory pretty completely. Divided into sections on the main body divisions- head and neck, trunk, the arm, the hand, hip and leg, the foot- the book explains the important muscles and bones in relation to position and function, and is for its purpose a good manual.

Pub Date: Oct. 27th, 1953
Publisher: Crowell- Studio