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Drawing is Thinking By Milton Glaser Judith Thurman,

  • Title: Drawing is Thinking
  • Author: Milton Glaser Judith Thurman
  • ISBN: 9781585679942
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The drawings depicted here represent a range of subject matter taken from throughout Glaser s career They illustrate the author s commitment to the fundamental idea that drawing is not simply a way to represent reality, but a way to understand and experience the world.
    Drawing is Thinking The drawings depicted here represent a range of subject matter taken from throughout Glaser s career They illustrate the author s commitment to the fundamental idea that drawing is not simply a way to

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    1. Milton Glaser, from the prefacing interview with Peter Mayer When you look at a Vermeer and read in an art history book that the reason the work is successful is the compositional balance of yellow and blue, you are being informed of nothing The reason you are responsive to a Vermeer is because he has moved your mind C zanne showed us that in a bowl of apples, and every artist does this same thing in his own way The fact is we develop immunity to experience, because we have to, because if we res [...]

    2. While staying at an artist friend s house in Santa Fe chock full of art books and artist bios I was drawn in particular to two volumes by Milton Glaser Drawing is Thinking 2008 and an earlier volume, Art is Work 2000.On one level, Drawing is Thinking is a sophisticated exercise in pouring old wine into new bottles In this case, Glaser has taken paintings, drawings, sketches, and posters from 1960 to 2006 and assembled them into a single book length sequence, without captions, thereby rendering t [...]

    3. If I understand rightly, the goal for this book is to observe To see the image on the left page and make connections to the image on the right page Which is cool It lets you hone in on what gives an image meaning and what elements shading, color, stroke, express the tone Except most of the drawings are creepy, cause Milton Glaser

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