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draughtsman

(US), draftsman
1. a person skilled in drawing
2. Brit any of the 12 flat thick discs used by each player in the game of draughts
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I became interested in the possibilities of watercolour, mainly because of the endless tonal variations possible, and it suited my draughtsmanship abilities very well.
CLAUDIA Williams has been painting for seven decades and winning prizes since she was 16 when she won her first scholarship for draughtsmanship to study at the Chelsea School of Art.
Gallery owner Natalie Harrison said: "The original watercolours are full of high-quality draughtsmanship, wit and energy.
The authors also affirm that the sketches reflect a maturity of draughtsmanship that is better attributed to the more accomplished Jyotirindranath.
His many log books testify to his splendid draughtsmanship, work which is to be added to the BAA archive.
5") allowing generous display of the images, this presentation contains highlights from the collection along with scholarly analysis of individual works and an informative essay on the history, theory, and practice of Spanish draughtsmanship and the various regional schools.
When it comes to patterns, Wilhelm sees a return to old-style draughtsmanship with intricate floral motifs, alongside a design trend she dubs "supranatural", a kind of high-tech take on the living world, whether insects or leaf shapes.
Freud demonstrated that outstanding figurative painting is the work of the human imagination as well as technical skill in draughtsmanship.
When Peter returned to the UK he took several courses in technical illustration, engineering draughtsmanship and mechanical engineering, joining the IED along the way.
The artist's draughtsmanship and mastery of the medium are evident throughout the 39 pieces which he used to illustrate six fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm.
A childhood gift for draughtsmanship secured her a scholarship to Chelsea School of Art.