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Most of the big online art museums like artrenewal.org only have the finished works of the masters for the majority. I'm curious as to whether or not anyone knows of any sites more dedicated to the unfinished works?
Reason being, I think theres a heck of a lot you can learn from an unfinished piece of art than a finished one which covers up most of the beginning marks.
jtriska @ mcleodusa.net
i'm not sure if there is something like that on the internet (there probably is i think, try to search for it using google, or alltheweb.com or something).
You can, however, go to your local library and see if they have Drawing lessons from the great masters, written by Robert Beverly Hale.
There are a lot of sketches in that book by old masters like da Vinci, Rubens, Vesalius, Rembrandt (<<== rembrandt is dutch too like me! :cool: ) and such...
i lend it from the library here and it is a real nice book...
hope this helps
Cynical smarty pants.