Hands, arms, legs and feet

By Barocci - Hands and torso

By Barocci – Hands and torso

By López, Antonio - Unknown title

By López, Antonio – Unknown title

By Michelangelo - Study for the sculpture David treading on the head of Goliath

By Michelangelo – Study for the sculpture David treading on the head of Goliath

By Rubens - Male thighs

By Rubens – Male thighs

By unknown florentine author of 16th century - Unknown title

By unknown florentine author of 16th century – Unknown title

By Pollaiolo, Antonio - John the Baptist and studies of arms and legs

By Pollaiolo, Antonio – John the Baptist and studies of arms and legs

By De la Tour, M. Q.- Untitled

By De la Tour, M. Q.- Untitled

By Dix, Otto - Folded hands

By Dix, Otto – Folded hands

By Da San Giovanni, G.- Several studies

By Da San Giovanni, G.- Several studies

By Figino, Giovan Ambrogio - Anatomical studies of the male leg muscles

By Figino, Giovan Ambrogio – Anatomical studies of the male leg muscles

By Goltzius - Unknown title

By Goltzius – Unknown title

By Millet - Sower

By Millet – Sower

By unknown italian author. 16th century - Several anatomical studies

By unknown italian author. 16th century – Several anatomical studies

By Michelangelo - Study for Last Judgement

By Michelangelo – Study for Last Judgement

By Parmigianino - Anatomical studies of an apostle

By Parmigianino – Anatomical studies of an apostle

By Zuccari, Taddeo - Unknown title

By Zuccari, Taddeo – Unknown title

By Niessen, J. - Hands

By Niessen, J. – Hands

By Barocci - Studies of legs

By Barocci – Studies of legs

By López, Antonio - Study of a left leg

By López, Antonio – Study of a left leg

By Renoir - Woman drying her feet

By Renoir – Woman drying her feet

By Vrubel, Mikhail - Unknown title

By Vrubel, Mikhail – Unknown title

By myself - Sketch of an ankle

By myself – Sketch of an ankle

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Hands, arms, legs and feet

  1. These are the ‘amazings,’ – the ones who keep me striving to improve. I look at studies like these and know I’ve only just begun – so much more to master. Thank you for collecting these and sharing.
    AnnMarie

    • I already know how is this thinking, and we really always we are beginning. But it give us the vigor of the work.
      Picasso said we must to unlearn for to win straightforwardness.
      In front a tree, a dog, a face or a still-life… you can live something similar than what some masters had lived, and to forget the result, and to think you lived a similar experience in front a same motif than them and with your personal genuineness.
      Thanks a lot for your comment, from Sketchuniverse.

  2. Rubens’ male thighs were scary! Like Arnold Schwarzenegger thighs. Your ankle and foot are lovely and delicate.

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