Vitamin D - New Perspectives in Drawing

Vitamin D - New Perspectives in Drawing

Drawing gets some much deserved attention in this great book by Phaidon. This has everything from A to Z, new to very old - a great primer. Gorgeous spine quietly stands out on your shelves.

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