"Often people interested in art modeling ask me about what it takes or how
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This book is the real deal about the profession of modeling for artists."
Fred Hatt, Artist, New York City
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artists who draw them."
The Artist's Magazine, page 10, October 2013
"An invaluable resource."
Wendy McClay-Triplett, Manager, Models & Props, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena,
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Barbara Furbush, Art Libraries Society of North America
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Brian Smith, Artist, Toronto
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Steve Armes, Artist, Dallas
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Claudia Hajian, Art Model, New York City
The Art Model's Handbook: The Naked Truth about Posing for Art Classes and
Fine Artists • by Andrew Cahner
ISBN-13: 978-1-442-16969-2 • ISBN-10: 1-442-16969-9 •
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