Ways of Drawing

One of the pleasures of being involved with the Royal Drawing School at this juncture is that, jointly with Thames & Hudson, it has just published a book, Ways of Drawing: Artists’ Perspectives and Practices, which includes a host of short essays by artists who have been involved with teaching at the School encapsulating their various ideas, beliefs and attitudes, and illustrated by a multiplicity of drawings by ex-students (plus works from the Royal Collection):-


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