Constructive anatomy

Constructive anatomy

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Presented
to the
LIBRARY
of the
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
by
ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO
Constructive
Anatomy
George
Instructor
in
B.
Bridgman
Lecturer
Drawing and
on the Construction
and Anatomy of t lie
York
Human
Figure, Art Students' League,
New
EDWARD
C.
BRIDGMAN,
Publisher
Pelham, N. Y.
A
Copyright by George B. Bridgma
Pdham, N. Y., 1920
"Dedicated
to
THE AUTHOR
to Dr.
desires to
acknowledge
his
indebtedness
prepfor
Ernest K. Tucker for
his assistance in the
aration of the text, and to
his helpful suggestions.
Mr. A. Wilbur Crane
CT.
B. D.
Introduction
drawing's that are presented here show the conceptions that have proved simplest and most
effective in constructing the
The
human
figure.
The eye
or a mass.
in
drawing- must follow
a line or a plane
In the process of drawing, this
may
become
moving line, or a moving plane, or a movThe line, in actual construction, must come first but as mental construction must precede physical, so the concept of mass must come first,
a
ing mass.
;
that of plane second, that of line
last.
Think
in
masses, define them
in lines.
Masses of about the same
size or proportion are
;
conceived not as masses, but as one mass
different proportions, in respect to their
those of
movement,
are conceived as zvcdging into each other, or as ...

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Presented to the LIBRARY of the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO by ART GALLERY OF ONTARIO Constructive Anatomy George Instructor in B. Bridgman Lecturer Drawing and on the Construction and Anatomy of t lie York Human Figure, Art Students' League, New EDWARD C. BRIDGMAN, Publisher Pelham, N. Y. A Copyright by George B. Bridgma Pdham, N. Y., 1920 "Dedicated to