draftsmanship draftsmanship  /d ˈræfts mən ˌʃɪp/


  • (n) the creation of artistic pictures or diagrams



  1. Michael Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi watched his precise draftsmanship disintegrate into chaos.
  2. Since draftsmanship is the least of Dahl's assets, the switchover didn't show much.
  3. And gallery-goers like his smoldering color and sweeping draftsmanship, which make the most innocent New England landscape seethe with dramatic struggle.


  • Exhibit shows off work of 3 women

    Three Lake County female artists will show different visions of excellence in draftsmanship, strength of imagery and detail in Lake Eustis Museum of Art's next exhibition, "Graphic Excellence."
    on April 28, 2014     Source: Orlando Sentinel


  1. "Van Gogh's greatness goes beyond his brilliant draftsmanship and approach to color and structure," said Ronald S. Lauder, President of the Neue Galerie. "Van Gogh is the artist who almost single-handedly brought a greater sense of emotional...
    on Mar 21, 2007 By: Ronald S Lauder Source: Xinhua

  2. "Mario's works reflect his brilliant draftsmanship," said Charles Correa, who released the book.
    on Aug 22, 2008 By: Charles Correa Source: Expressindia.com

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