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The Faculty of Interior Architecture / Product Design
1st Year, sem 2, 2019-2020 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 4L | ECTS Credits: 4

SFA-16 | Analogical Drawing

Department: Study of Form and Ambience
Course Leader:
lect.dr.arh. Denisa Ilie
Learning outcomes:
The drawing is "a mental matter”, said Leonardo da Vinci.
The drawing has the character of an abstractive operation that focuses on representations of the world seen through a visual definition of intellectual and symbolic value, but also involves a spontaneous emotional transcription of the personal visual impressions.

By de “Analogical drawing” is intended to represent objects or compositions of objects of various materials, textures and colors, on a flat surface (on white or colored paper) by graphic means.
The objectives of the “Analogical Drawing" course are: to create a proper graphic language, study, specialized creation, but also the communication between the student and the professor and - later on - between the professional and the beneficiary, by enriching the specialized knowledge and developing the skills of practical drawing.
The titles of the courses:
1. Introduction to the classic art. Drawing materials and techniques
2. Analogical drawing. Drawing by nature and drawing in the studio
3. Steps in doing an analogical drawing
4. Stage of linear construction. The perspective
5. Relations and proportions. "The Gold Number"
6. The rendering stage of an analogical drawing, on flat and curve surfaces
7. Composition elements
8. Essentialization of a composition
9. Styling a composition
10. Abstracting a composition
11. Analogical drawing and drawing by imagination
12. Great masters of the drawing
13. The chromatic approach of a composition
14. The free, original approach of a composition, in the style of a known artist

The title of the practice works:
1. Drawing by linear construction of a simple composition consisting of simple geometric figures
2. Drawing by linear construction of a complex composition consisting of simple geometric figures
3. Rendering the previous theme
4. Drawing an ancient capitel by linear construction - the Doric order
5. Rendering the previous theme
6. Linear drawing of an ancient capitel – the Ionic order
7. Rendering the previous theme
8. Drawing an ancient capitel – the Corinthian order
9. Drawing a composition of objects made of different materials, by linear construction
10. Rendering the previous theme
11. Stylizing a composition of objects
12. Abstracting a composition of objects
13. A chromatic approach to a composition of objects made of different materials
14. Free, original chromatic approach to a given object composition
Teaching Method:
Lectures with examples from the background of previous years of study
Practical courses with demonstrations on a drawing board
average of the seven best works
L’Ermitage, „Le Dessin d’Europe occidentale”, Edition d’art Aurore, Leningrad, 1981
Ressu Camil, “Însemnări”, Editura Meridiane, București, 1967, pag.65-66
Giedion Welcker Carolina, “Paul Klee”, Editura Meridiane, București, 1977, pag.77
Lhote, “Tratat despre peisaj și figură”, Editura Meridiane, București, 1969, pag.117
Ruskin John, “Însemnări despre artă”, Editura Meridiane, București, 1968, pag.47
Delacroix Eugene, “Pagini de jurnal”, Editura Meridiane, București, 1965, pag.93
Kandinsky, Wassily, „Lo spirituale nell’arte”, Milano, 1989
Knobler Natan, “Dialogul vizual”, vol.I, Editura Meridiane, București, 1983
Șușală Ion N., Bărbulescu Ovidiu, “Dicționar de artă. Termeni de atelier”, Editura Sigma, București, 1993, pag.279-280
Ianovici Adriana, Desenul de observație, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, 2009
Cosma Dunel, “Desenul de arhitectură”, Editura Universitară Ion Mincu, 2004
Enăchescu Constantin, “Expresia plastică a personalității”, Editura științifică, București, 1975, pag.10-12, 140
Illustration by Laura Cristea and Cristina Popescu
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