Re: Non-French drawing traditions?
Ah my apologies, I should have been more specific. It's not uncommon for a 'history' to focus on style and outcomes rather that what I'm interested in, which is specifically method. Particularly strategies geared toward accuracy, blocking-in, that sort of thing. I'm familiar with the things in Da Vinci's notebooks, or what was known or speculated about Durer (20 years ago). But as information spreads about the the procedures used at least in some schools in France I am interested in comparing that to other approaches.