Photograph courtesy: imperial smelting & refining co. ltd, markham, ontario.
Photograph courtesy: imperial smelting & refining co. ltd, markham, ontario.

Some exciting websites for lovers of drawing.

Here are some websites you may want to check out. Each offer a rich variety
of information, product news, and much more: - check out D'uva LithocoatCoal heat-fixable synthetic charcoal - for "Drawing Board" magazine - for Derwent's sketching collection of pencils - for Cretacolour Monolith woodless pencils - Canadian Art Magazine - American Artist Magazine - the Winsor Newton Company - Dakota Art Pastels ( excellent selection of drawing with pencils ) - Opus Framing & Art Supplies - Curry's Artists Materials - Canada Art Scene - The Society of Canadian Artists - lots of info, including studio spaces avaliable workwide - The Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University - a large selection of fine art drawings including 42 works in metalpoint and silverpoint. - Masterpeace Fine Art Studio, fine art drawings in a number of styles and variety of media. - The personal website of Peter Leclerc. - The art academy of Michael Britton. - Metalpoint supplies from Imperial Smelting and Refining Co. of Canada Ltd.
"Drawing Module" - by Gerald F. Brommer & Kimon Nicholaides - The Drawers, Headbones Gallery, Toronto - International Artist Day, October 25 - International Silverpoint Archives

The Japanese Paper Place
Inspiring creativity through Japanese paper since 1980

European Academy for Culture & the Arts
An international network of artists connecting over 100 organizations in Europe and beyond.

If you know of any educational and informative websites for those who love
drawing, please let us know on our Contact Page.

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