'Ways of Drawing' - Royal Drawing School
A lavishly illustrated collection of essays on drawing as a vital intellectual, artistic and life practice, by the artists of the Royal Drawing School. An invaluable companion for artists with all levels of experience looking for new inspirations for their practice.
Drawing is among the most profound ways of engaging with the world. It is absorbing, instinctive – a way not just of seeing, but of understanding what we see
This brings together a range of reflections and creative propositions by contemporary artists and teachers, generously illustrated with images by alumni of the School and the work of significant artists past and present. From explorations of artistic development to short, imaginative strategies for seeing the world afresh, it repositions this art form as a vital force in the contemporary world.
Published by Thames & Hudson and introduced by Julian Bell.
Hardback, 272 pages, 308 Illustrations, 28 x 21cm,