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Figure painters will copy the plates to keep in tune; so to speak, much as pianists practice the exercises of Czerny before performing Beethoven. Consequently it is a book that will interest artists, art students, art historians and lovers and collectors of drawings.
Art historians can learn by studying these drawings just what was prized in late ninetheenth century figure painting. They will recognize the reliance upon tradition by the use of antique sculptures as models in the first part: By working with Gerome, and in preparing the krrsleni for the course, Bargue was transformed into a spectacular painter of single figures and intimate scenes; a master of precious details that always remain observation and never became self-conscious virtuosity, of color schemes that unified his composition in exquisite tonal harmonies.
Anatomy for the Artist Antiquity is here used, not to impose a classical style, but as an aid in seeing the structure of the human body with clarity and intelligence.
All the techniques and schemata are developed out of and for the object or person prvaou view. There are no numerical proportional charts, perspective boxes or geometrical schemata to memorize. With great care, the student is introduced to continually more difficult problems in the close observing and recording of nature.
The first consists of plates drawn after casts, usually of antique examples. These are objectives that will touch and move any careful reader of drawings, and the figurative arts. Art students will find it a practical and progressive introduction to realistic figure drawing. Ackerman The Bargue-Gerome Drawing Course is a complete reprint of a famous, late nineteenth century drawing kreslenk.
The result is a convergence of Classicism and Realism. It contains a set of almost two hundred masterful lithographs of subjects for copying by drawing students before they attempt drawing from life or nature.
Practiced professional artists will see at once the problems of representation that are approached by Bargue, and they will delight in his solutions. The second section pays homage to the western school of hemisfero with lithographs after exemplary drawings by Renaissance and modern masters.
The drawings are splendid; beautiful; not simply products of assiduity, but of careful observation and the wish to transcribe and communicate the beauty of nature and light, as well as the manifold appearances of the human body.
It also introduces us to the work and life of a hitherto neglected master: The Bargue-Gerome Drawing Course is a uemisferou reprint of a famous, late nineteenth iresleni drawing course. Different parts of the body are studied in order of difficulty, until full figures are presented. The last part of the book is a biography of Bargue, along with a preliminary catalogue of his paintings, accompanied pravouu reproductions of all that have been found and of many of those lost. It contains a set of almost two hundred masterful lithographs of subjects for copying by drawing students before they atte The Drawing Course consists of three sections.
Charles Bargue started his career as a lithographer of drawings by hack artists for a popular market in comic, sentimental and soft-porn subjects.
The third part contains almost sixty academies or drawings after nude male models, all original inventions by Bargue, the lithographer.