I studied anatomy with Robert Beverly Hale whose book on anatomy is one of the most important still in print today.
From the League I went to The National Academy of Design and Fine Art in the early 70's, embarking upon a course of study with the remaining
Beaux Arts sculptors and their students , men like Adolph Block and Granville Carter, themselves taught by the greats of the traditional world
of sculpture in the early 1900's - Malvina Hoffman, Herbert Haseltine, Paul Manship, Anna Hyatt Huntington, Wheeler Williams, Rodin, Gutzon Borglum.
The sculptor/instructor who made the real difference in my studies is EvAngelos Frudakis. Through his tutelage, I learned to "see" the human form.
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