Full of character and endlessly varied, human subjects are a pleasure to draw. In this book, author and artist Barrington Barber guides you through the process of drawing portraits, from getting the features in correct proportion, to setting up successful portrait compositions. Whether you are an experienced draughtsman or a complete beginner, the tailored exercises and handy hints in this book will help you achieve the best results.
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About the Author
Born 1934, Barrington was educated at Hampton Grammar School and later Twickenham Art Schoo for which he received a National Diploma of Design. He then practiced as an illustrator (Saxon Artist) and Graphic Designer, was Art Director at Ogilvie & Mather and S.H. Bensons, and was a lecturer in Graphic Design at Ealing Art School. Other credits include freelance work, designer, illustrator, animator and painter at Augustine Studios. He was awarded a one man exhibition in 2000 at St. Oswald Studios, and also exhibited in Putney in 2003 and Cork Street in 2004. He was Head of Art at St James's Independent Schools. He now paints, draws, writes about art, and enjoys sports, walking, philosophy and meditation.