These reserve books are now located on shelves in RESERVE STACKS.
20th Century Drawings: part 1: 1940 to the present - NC95. J6 1964
Ananse, the Web Life in Africa -NC 139. B48 A4 1979
Arshile Gorky: a retrospective of drawings/essays - NC139. G64 A4 2003
Artist by Himself: self-portrait drawings from youth to old age - NC772. A77
Artist's Complete Guide to Figure Drawing: a contemporary perspective on the classical tradition - NC765. R94 2000
Artist's Hand: Willem de Kooning Drawings, 1937-1954 - NC139. D45 2002b
Aubrey Beardsley: sixty selected drawings - NC242. B3 A4 1995
Best of Sketching and Drawing: a collection of still lifes, portraits and landscapes - NC975. S85 1999
Drawing Book: a survey of drawing, the primary means of expression - NC710. D739 2007
Drawing Essentials: a guide to drawing from observation - NC735. R624 2009
Drawing From Life: the journal as art - NC53. N49 2005
Drawing From the Modern: 1975 - 2005 - B/c95. M883 2005
Drawing Lessons From the Great Masters - NC765. H15 2009
Drawing Now: eight propositions - NC15. N55 2005
Drawing, a Contemporary Approach, Instructor's Edition - ART 112
Drawings by Utagawa Kuniyoshi from the Collection of the National Museum of Ethnology - NC350. U8 A4 1988
Drawings of Jim Dine - NC139. D56 A4 2004
Drawings - Toulouse-Lautrec - NC248. T63 P63 1985
European Master Drawings Unveiled - Van der Goes, Michelangelo, Van Goyen, Fragonard, and other masters from Belgian collections - NC225. E983 2002
Eva Hesse drawing - N6537. H4 A4 2006b
Experimental Drawing - NC660. K34 1992
Eye on Europe: prints, books, & multiples, 1960 to now - NC225. W93 2006
Force: dynamic life drawing for animators - NC765. M377 2006
French Drawing of the 20th Century: 149 reproductions - NC1130 D482
French Impressionists: a selection of drawings of the French 19th century - NC1130. M6 1962
From Mind, Heart and Hand: Persian, Turkish and Indian drawings from the Stuart Cary Welch collection - NC321. W45 2004
George Seurat, drawings - NC248. SA4 1984
How to Draw What You See - NC730. D4 1996
Italian Drawings From the 15th to the 19th Century - NC1150. A5 1963
Jonathan Borofsky - N6537. B64 A4 1984
Leon Golub: don't tread on me!: drawings 1947 - 2004 - ND237. G6113 L46 2004
Lines of Vision: drawings by contemporary women - NC108. L54 1989
Modern Prints & Drawings: a guide to a better understanding of modern draughtsmanship - NE940. S3 1954
New York Collects: drawings and watercolors, 1900 - 1950 - NC95. N48 1999
Re-aligning Vision: alternative currents in South American Drawing - NC189. R4 1997
Salvador Dali 1904 - 1989: the paintings - ND813. D3 D143 2001
Spirit of Drawing - a sensory meditation guide to creative expression - NC730. S435 2007
Surrealist Drawings - NC95.5. S97 1974
Thinking is Form: the drawings of Joseph Beuys - NC251. B45 A4 1993
Toulouse-Lautrec: drawings - NC248. T63 P642 1976
Twentieth-Century American Drawings: the figure in context - NC108. C855 1984
Vitamin D: new perspectives in drawing - NC95. V58 2005
Woodner Collection: master drawings - NC225. W65 1990
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The Library of Congress Classification for Fine Arts is Subclass NC - this covers Drawing, Design and Illustration.
These are known as call numbers in the MCC Library Catalog or "shelf location".
NC1-1940 - Drawing. Design. Illustration
NC1-45 - General Including collective biography
NC50-266 - History of drawing
NC390-670 - Study and teaching
NC673-677 - Competitions
NC703-725 - General works
NC730-758 - Technique
NC760-825 - Special subjects
NC845-915 - Graphic art materials
NC930 - Conservation and restoration of drawings
NC950-(996) - Illustration
NC997-1003 - Commercial art. Advertising art
NC1280-1284 - Printed ephemera. Imagerie populaire
NC1300-1766 - Pictorial humor, caricature, etc.
NC1800-1850 - Posters
NC1860-1896 - Greeting cards, postcards, invitations, book jackets, etc.
NC1920-1940 - Copying, enlarging, and reduction of drawings
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