Learning to Draw

Perl, Jed
June 2002
New Republic;6/17/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 23, p25
Deals with the debate over the value and meaning of drawing. Overview of the fundamental changes that have occurred in the history of art; Developments that led to the centrality of drawing; Manner in which drawing promises access to the core of the imagination; Need for the history of drawing to be explicated.


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