Some articles on drawings, drawing:

Advance Steel - Features
... Clear workshop drawings, automatically labeled and dimensioned ... Automatic creation of general arrangement and shop drawings, fabrication drawings, fitting drawings, isometric views and fabrication drawings ... Drawing creation workflow management (revision control, automatic update, etc.) Automatic creation of lists / bills of materials and NC files ...
Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series) - Drawings
... a copy of Armand Cassagne's "Guide to the Alphabet of Drawing." His request was generated by an interest to return to foundational drawing practices, such as his use of a perspective frame for the ... adopting, clearly showing his use of sketching and drawing as a preliminary to his painting ...
Summer (singer) - Visual Art Biography
... continuing her work on a series of pastel drawings of abstract female faces that depict a clear emotion ... She releases new drawings each month for sale from her website ... to the pieces in this series as "The Girls." She also often displays her drawings on stage during music performances ...
Langlois Bridge At Arles (Van Gogh Series) - Background - Arles
... made the Langlois Bridge paintings and drawings ... Gogh in less than 15 months he made about 100 drawings, produced more than 200 paintings and wrote more than 200 letters ... the Netherlands, most notably with the use of a reed pen for his drawings ...

Famous quotes containing the word drawings:

    The pleasures of the imagination are as it were only drawings and models which are played with by poor people who cannot afford the real thing.
    —G.C. (Georg Christoph)

    My drawings have been described as pre-intentionalist, meaning that they were finished before the ideas for them had occurred to me. I shall not argue the point.
    James Thurber (1894–1961)

    I get a little Verlaine
    for Patsy with drawings by Bonnard although I do
    think of Hesiod, trans. Richmond Lattimore or
    Brendan Behan’s new play or Le Balcon or Les Negres
    of Genet, but I don’t, I stick with Verlaine
    after practically going to sleep with quandariness
    Frank O’Hara (1926–1966)