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Vitamin D Emma Dexter S Introductory Text Offers A Critical Account Of The Recent Evolution And Role Of Drawing In The Art World, And Introduces Some Of The Trends, Methods And Artists Included In The Book In The Following And Largest Section Of The Book Over 300 Pages And Approximately 500 Illustrations , The 100 Or Artists Are Presented In An A To Z Order Some Artists Are Presented On 2 Pages, Some On 4 Pages About 5 Selections Of Work Are Reproduced For Each Artist, Along A Text Written By An Author Who Is A Specialist On The Artist S Work The 500 Word Texts Are Brief Surveys Of The Artist S Career To Date, And Aim At Introducing The Methods And Subject Matter At Issue In Their Recent Works A Selected List Of Exhibitions And Bibliography Also Complements The Reproductions And Text On Each Artist.

About the Author: Emma Dexter

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10 thoughts on “Vitamin D

  1. says:

    These books the Vitamin series of art books are really really great, and are invaluable resources for fine visual art students.BUTWhat is it with the tiny tiny tiny tiny writing This isn t something that usually bothers me in books...

  2. says:

    Definitely my favorite of the Vitamin books It s ainteresting collection of artists than Vitamin P s Painting book because it fully embraces drawing as a medium unto itself, no longer the mere bastard child of painting, which is a relatively new approach to drawing Of cou

  3. says:

    While Vitamin D New Perspectives in Drawing doesn t suffer from the same over defensiveness of Vitamin P, it also doesn t quite have its diversity of forms Many contemporary artists have taken the directness of drawing as permission to adopt the faux naive drawing style, an over

  4. says:

    Definitely worth it s price tag as an artist, I find this book is so full of inspiration something money can t buy I randomly came across it walking through Chapters a month or so ago and couldn t take my eyes off it Since then, I ve made a point of looking through it everytime I...

  5. says:

    Someone else had a hold on this and I wouldn t have been able to remember half of the people I liked in it anyway, there are so many That s what galleries are good for providing a distinct experience that I can call on to remember artists names.

  6. says:

    i had to have it the first time i cracked it open each time i leaf through the pages i getandout of it lovely.

  7. says:

    Some interesting work to cast your eyes upon I need this jolt right about now

  8. says:

    Reproductions of drawings were unsatisfactory, and the type was a light grey and too small Disappointed.

  9. says:

    There s a lot of drawing in this mammoth book and many different definitions of exactly what drawing is Though the selection is certainly interesting, I was not overwhelmed by inspiration At times the work seemed overly studied to me even though well executed, much of it seemed to lack vision and or passion.Still among

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