Soft covered book titled DRAWING ARCHITECTURE A Creative Approach by Paul Hogarth, 1979, 192 pages, 118 black & white illustrations, 8 full color plates. ISBN: 0823013642
The author discusses the tools and materials that are needed: pens, inks, pencils, felt-tipped markers, watercolors, papers, and sketchbooks. As drawing architecture often requires the artist to go on location, easily transportable supplies are given special attention. Related problems, such as how to handle the curious bystander, are also discussed. He also explores the possibility of using systems of perspective, such as those used in ancient Egyptian and Chinese art, in addition to classic Western perspective.
Every one of the illustrations is accompanied by an informative caption, describing not only the materials and techniques used, but also the behind the scenes adventures that accompanied each drawing, with valuable tips that the reader can use in his own drawings.
This book is in VG condition, pages clean and intact, and the binding is tight. A must have for any art library!