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10,458.  Leonardo da Vinci makes the first ever drawings of the foetus on the womb.  (Artist & Pregnancy & Drawing)  Alan Yentob, Leonardo III: The Secret Life of the Mona Lisa

 

 

10,493.  One of the real treasures here at the Courtauld, open to the public and students alike, is its prints and drawing room ... Among the most precious works in the collections are drawings by two towering figures of the Renaissance ... One of the most accomplished drawings in the Courtauld’s collection: by the mature, fifty- something Michelangelo.  And this work produced around 1593 shows The Dream of Human Life.  (Art & Museum & Drawing)  Tim Marlow at the Courtauld 1/3

 

 

11,156.  Durer’s drawings of new and different species were among the first to be made.  (Art & Drawing)  Great Artists with Tim Marlow: Durer

 

 

10,635.  When I was the age of these children I could draw like Raphael; it took me many years to learn how to draw like these children.  (Artist & Children & Drawing)  Pablo Picasso 1956

 

 

10,914.  Drawing is the honesty of the art.  There is no possibility of cheating.  It is either good or bad.  (Art & Drawing)  Salvador Dali

 

 

10,937.  It is all very well to copy what one sees, but it is far better to draw what one now only sees in one’s memory.  That is a transformation in which imagination collaborates with memory.  (Art & Drawing & Imagination)  Edgar Degas

 

 

10,306.  Henry Moore: the son of a Yorkshire coal miner ... Three hundred sketches: the shelter drawings ... Moore had become a global phenomenon ... Moore produced over six thousand sculptures.  (Art & Artist: Moore & Sculpture)  Great Artists in Their Own Words II: Out of the Darkness 1939-1966

 

 

11,420.  So visceral are Moore’s drawings that to this day they are our defining image of Britain in World War II.  A time of silent dance.  The war a deathly ghostly presence.  A startling meditation on fear.  And man’s inhumanity to man.  Jon Snow, The Genius of British Art: War

 

 

11,530.  When you are older, you realise that everything else is just nothing compared to painting and drawing.  (Art & Painting & Drawing)  David Hockney

 

 

11,661.  Good judgement is through good drawing – from the nervous system to the sensory of the brain it is the combination of eurythmics, euphony and poetry, and when the good draughtsman draws, the muses come to dance.  Then the imagination is given full play, and design happens.  They then become the Muses.  (Art & Drawing)  David Bomberg

 

 

11,662.  Speaking generally Art endevours to reveal what is true and needs to be free.  All things said regarding Art are subject to contradiction.  An artist whose integrity sustains his strength to make no compromise with expediency is never degraded.  His life work will resemble the integrating character of the primaries in the Spectrum.  At the beginning, of the middle period, and at the end ... I approach drawing solely for structure.  I am perhaps the most unpopular artist in England – and only because I am draughtsman first and painter second.  Drawing demands a theory of approach, until good drawing becomes habit – it denies all rules.  It requires high discipline ... Drawing demands freedom, freedom demands liberty to expand in space – this is progress.  By the extension of democracy – good draughtsmanship is – Democracy’s visual sign.  To draw with integrity replaces bad habits with good, youth preserved from corruption.  The hand works at high tension and organises as it simplifies, reducing to barest essentials, stripping all irrelevant matter obstructing the rapidly forming organisation which reveals the design.  This is drawing.  (Art & Drawing)  David Bomberg

 

 

11,663.  The exercise of drawing from the life brings out the individuality of the (artist) in the man.  (Art & Drawing)  David Bomberg

 

 

11,784.  Pure drawing is an abstraction.  Drawing and colour are not distinct, everything in nature is coloured.  (Colour & Drawing)  Paul Cezanne

 

 

63,825.  ‘I really thought what I would do if I ever learnt to draw properly is I would try to change the world.’  (Art & Drawing)  For No Good Reason 2014 starring Ralph Steadman & Johnny Depp & Hunter S Thompson & Terry Gilliam & Richard E Grant & Jann Wenner & Hall Willner et al, director Charlie Paul, Ralph Steadman

 

 

70,675.  Drawing is the true test of art.  J A D Ingres, Pensees d’Ingres 1922

 

 

70,676.  Drawing is still basically the same as it has been since prehistoric times.  It brings together man and the world.  It lives through magic.  Keith Haring