Britain's Buildings, Place and Spaces: The unseen in the everyday Hardcover – 3 Mar 2008
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About the Author
Ptolemy Dean is a practising architect and is well known as an expert presenter of the popular BBC2 series Restoration. He also serves on the English Heritage London Advisory Committee and the Salisbury Cathedral Fabric Advisory Committee.
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I like his consistently wobbly line which takes the scary technical side out of architectural drawing and his understated, atmospheric use of watercolour. His book makes me want to get out there exploring, enjoying and drawing buildings and the human-scale spaces - successfully evoked here on the 2-dimensional page - that they can create around them.
As a new student of pen and wash I can't stop looking at his intricate drawings with great pleasure.
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Brilliant book , Ptolemy Dean is an amazing artist, definitely worth a lot more than I paid !!!Published 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
Excellent - have recommended to friends who will be buying through AmazonPublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this for a friend as she's a fan. Amazing book for a knock down price.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book arrived very promptly. Is very well worth it for the amount of study available in both architectural and artistic terms.Published 9 months ago by beporage
Brilliant book by a very talented author. Good quality product and excellent value for those interested in this type of art.Published 12 months ago by Mike Harvey
A great and novel approach to drawing and painting in a very loose style!Published 19 months ago by Mr JBJamieson
The drawings are lovely, but the quality of colour is not true. For example, the image on the front cover has lovely colour, but a copy of it in the book has rather distorted... Read morePublished on 28 Oct. 2013 by Dp Nicol