- n a skilled worker who draws plans of buildings or machines
- Andrew Wyeth's skills as a draughtsman and maybe also as a showman are owed to his boisterous, demanding father.
- In 1792, just 17 years old and already a skilled draughtsman, Turner journeyed through the Wye Valley, birthplace of the "picturesque.
- Besides, he later told Jefferson, "I have made it a rule, whenever in my power, to avoid becoming the draughtsman of papers to be reviewed by a public body.
- George Orwell in Washington Post
As George Orwell wrote of Salvador DalÃ: "One ought to be able to hold in one's head simultaneously the two facts that DalÃ is a good draughtsman and a disgusting human being. The one does not invalidate or, in a sense, affect the other."
- Giorgio Vasari in Adnkronos/IGN
However, Baccio Bandinelli's maximum artistic expression can be found in his sketches and drawings using sanguine chalk and about which Vasari stated the Bandinelli was "the greatest chiaroscuro draughtsman".