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BURNE HOGARTH (1911–1996), hailed as the “Michaelangelo of the comic strip,” was one of the most iconic cartoonists and influential arts educators of the twentieth century and remains so today. After attending the Chicago Art Institute and Academy of Fine Arts at the age of fifteen, Hogarth began an illustrious career in arts education, fine arts, illustration, advertising, and comics, and became recognized as one of the earliest creators of the graphic novel. Best known for his innovative illustrations of the syndicated Sunday Tarzan, Hogarth broke fresh ground in the newspaper comic strip by combining classicism, expressionism, and narrative in
a powerful, new way.
As cofounder of the School of Visual Arts—one of the world’s leading art schools—he brought his unique approach to art into the classroom. His passionate lectures on anatomy and art history formed the foundation for The Burne Hogarth® Dynamic Drawing Series that continues to teach and influence artists and animators worldwide.
Hogarth’s art has been exhibited in many important galleries around the world including the Louvre in the Museé des Arts Décoratifs and Marseilles’ Bibliothèque. He traveled the world throughout his life receiving numerous international awards and accolades.
Just Perfect for what it is!!I received the book really fast...I recommend this one also to anyone who wants to learn a little bit more about that style of drawing!!Published 20 months ago by Shyler
This is a classic and very good.....work your way through it doing each one yourself and you will be a Better artistPublished on Sept. 30 2013 by judi hopewell
Superior to almost any human anatomy art book you care to name. Hogarth shows us that there are no shortcuts to any place worth going --the nuances of human musculature, skeletal... Read morePublished on July 28 2003 by Peter Vinton, Jr.
Since when does Dynamic = Preposterous, Awkward and Just Plain Silly? I would not recommend this to anyone who is serious about improving their drawing abilities... Read morePublished on July 17 2003
The book is actually the only reason I became interested in figure drawing. It's not really an intro to learning how to draw but rather helps advance your basic skills and... Read morePublished on July 17 2003 by Lando
It looks like it has every pose imaginable in it. But it doesn't. But that's ok, it shouldn't be used as an excuse not to observe from other sources. Read morePublished on March 15 2003 by waiting2bdeleted
well,i just sold this book.why?i found the instructions too much technical!no step-by-step methods etc. Read morePublished on Jan. 17 2003 by black_bayag
A good book if you're a more advanced artist and want over-muscled, foreshortened and dynamic action poses--with few instructions--for the male anatomy. Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2003
I agree with most everyone, this book is a must get for all animators and professionals trying to draw/model a human figure.Published on July 31 2002 by L. Amarakoon