The Human Form in Art


by Adolphe Armand Braun

As individual as a snowflake, the human body is a marvel of form and function. This dramatic compilation of more than 160 studies — photographs, line drawings, and sculptures — serves as both an exhilarating exhibition and an important reference for anatomy, proportion, and motion.

Reprint of the Bridgman Publishers, Pelham, New York, 1926 edition. 240pp. 6 1/8" x 9 1/4".

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