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    Burne Hogarth Dynamic Figure Drawing Leg Study Original Art (undated). Legendary comic strip illustrator and art instructor Burne Hogarth has rendered a truly dynamic flexed leg in black and colored chalk on newsprint. In his book Dynamic Figure Drawing, Burne Hogarth introduced his own system of figure drawing, which made it possible to visualize and accurately render the forms of the human body from every conceivable point of view. The study offered here has an approximate overall size of 24" x 33", and aside from being folded six times, it's in Good condition. Not signed.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2013
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
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