Paul Hogarth

SketchBook Club: Paul Hogarth

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In this SketchBook Club, Sketchbook Skool co-founder Danny Gregory introduces you to one of his biggest influences—artist Paul Hogarth. Anyone interested in pen and ink drawings combined with watercolor, as well as travel art (that about covers everyone in the Sketchbook Skool community!) will love looking through these books with Danny.

Here are the books by Paul Hogarth that Danny discusses:

Drawing on Life: The Autobiography of Paul Hogarth

Graham Greene Country

Creative Pencil Drawing

Creative Ink Drawing

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