1 edition of Women art educators found in the catalog.
Women art educators
|Statement||edited by Enid Zimmerman and Mary Ann Stankiewicz.|
|Contributions||Zimmerman, Enid., Stankiewicz, Mary Ann.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Introducing new artists selected from all periods and from across the globe, the new edition includes for the first time leading figures from the fields of photography and performance : Phaidon Press. How-to and reference art books includes popular titles like Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain, Drawing The Human Head, Pencil Drawing Techniques, Anatomy for the Artist and the Joy of Painting series from Bob Ross.
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