email@example.com : I have seen some images from it, but do not own the book or the files, no. There are actually a couple books released just recently by one of the instructors at the school, there is one on basic drawing, one on painting, and perhaps another one or two. I think most are just in Russian, but English versions can be bought as pdf's.
Okay this stuff is too interesting for me to just stop with that one post! It takes quite some time to organize all the files, and upload them and write it all up though, so this post will be all I will do today.
The images in this post are really interesting to me as they show much more process and construction. Again, I have more files on hand, but I just cherry picked some that show construction or are particularly well executed in my opinion. They all hail from a separate school than the above images I think, the folder I took them from is called Saint Petersburg Art and Industry Academy of Baron Alexander von Stieglitz. Anyways, take a look, this is some very cool stuff! To my eyes I see many more similarities to the methods used in the USA--many of the lines actually are very rhythmical and reminiscent of Reilly's approach with rhythms and abstractions! There are one or two drawings in here that are very similar to stuff I have seen from Fred Fixler or his students. I also see many similarities in the hand and foot constructions presented i na couple drawings here as in Hogarth's books. I would love it if someone trained fully in the Reilly discipline could take a look at these and comment a bit.
I won't comment on these individually as before, but I chose ones that either A) are studies in construction, B) are just very nice drawings, C) are examples of quick sketch and either just linear with no construction or are showing how they will stylize it/make it graphic. I found there were more drawings from this school that used construction in their methods instead of as a tool to help understand things. Also worth noting is that there were many architectural drawings they did that were very precise and the perspective was carefully drawn through with the architecture constructed, but I did not include those images. There also were many studies of building and such that were done rapidly but were HIGHLY stylized and very different from what is presented here. I think many of the schools are worried of not having any expression/individuality in their students, so make them explore different styles.