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Каноните за човешките пропорции в изкуството - първи стъпки в антропометрията и основа на систематичното конструиране

Попова-Недялкова, Незабравка (2012) Каноните за човешките пропорции в изкуството - първи стъпки в антропометрията и основа на систематичното конструиране. Текстил и облекло, LX (6). pp. 148-155. ISSN 1310-912X

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Abstract

Anthropometry is a science which object is the measurement of the human figure, its shape and proportions. Traditional tools used in it are the measure tape, the anthropometer, the calliper etc. In 1988, for an anthropometric study, carried out on the US military staff, all the measurements of only one person required four hours to be taken. Nowadays, this takes less than a minute due to the contemporary science and 3D laser scanners. How did the tailors in the past make garments without scanners, anthropometric studies or even without a tape measure with the well-known today centimetres or inches? What did they use as a basis? The answers of these questions are the aim of this study. It will examine the canons for human body proportions in the artists’ art in Ancient Egypt, The Antiquity and The Renaissance which set off the beginning of the systems for garment construction.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:TITLE: Cannos for Human Proportions in Art - first step in Anthropometry and basis for the systematic garment construction, AUTHOR: Nezabravka Popova-Nedyalkova
Uncontrolled Keywords:human proportion, canons, measurement
Subjects:Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > Fashion design. Clothing and accessories
Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > History of arts
Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > Paintings
Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > Sculpture
ID Code:1132
Deposited By: Незабравка Попова-Недялкова
Deposited On:08 May 2012 13:40
Last Modified:09 Oct 2012 12:21

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