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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdraughtsmanshipdraughts‧man‧ship British English, draftsmanship American English /ˈdrɑːftsmənʃɪp $ ˈdræfts-/ noun [uncountable]  the skill of drawing or the ability to draw well
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draughtsmanshipAnd you can learn an awful lot from good draughtsmanship.Here Picasso is more irreverent than ever, but never obscene-the elegance of his draughtsmanship sees to that.Some branches go in for quite lavish posters, some make do with local draughtsmanship.On the whole, therefore, a rather crude kind of draughtsmanship is implied.One of the most notable features of this mosaic is its. variable quality of draughtsmanship and execution.I think it is ugly and perhaps one of the worst examples of Leonardo's draughtsmanship.The second technical achievement which goes some way to explaining Ramsay's success, is his superb draughtsmanship.Critics have expressed doubts about the draughtsmanship of both artists.
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