THE ANATOMY OF THE HORSE GEORGE STUBBS
mydrawingcourseImage: mydrawingcourseStubbs, George (1766) The Anatomy of the Horse George Stubbs (1724-1806) was the son of a Liverpool currier. His interest in anatomy appears to have started in childhood with an early memoir recording that he was 8 years old when a neighbour lent him ‘bones & prepared subjects’.
Stubbs, George (1766) The Anatomy of the Horse
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The Anatomy of the Horse: George Stubbs: 9781843680031
Jul 01, 2005While George Stubbs is known for his famous paintings of horses, most remarkably the Brood Mares and Foals which recently sold at Sothebys for a record $15.9 million dollars, this book enlightens the reader on the inner workings of the horse.Cited by: 3Author: George Stubbs3.2/5(12)Publish Year: 1976
Elegant and Exact: George Stubbs's The Anatomy of the Horse
Jul 16, 2015Sketching the animal at various analytical stages from three perspectives, Stubbs created a set of frontal, lateral, and posterior views that would become the basis of his book, The Anatomy of the Horse: including a particular description of the bones, cartilages, muscles, fascias, ligaments, nerves, arteries, veins, and glands. Illustrated with engravings by Stubbs that are memorable for their lifelike
Anatomy Horse by George Stubbs - AbeBooks
Universally recognized as one of the most important works on the subject, George Stubbs' Anatomy of the Horse was first published over two hundred years ago. In 1938 two eminent members of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in London, England summarized the information given in the original, made copious notes and paraphrased the older diction.
Animals in Art - George Stubbs - Artyfactory
The Anatomy of the Horse . GEORGE STUBBS (1742-1806) 'The Skeleton of a Horse' 1766 (engraving) George Stubbs' superb skill and accuracy in the painting of horses was enhanced by his unsurpassed knowledge of equine anatomy.
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