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In art, a figure drawing is a study of the human form in its various shapes and body postures—sitting, standing or even sleeping. It is a study or stylized depiction of the human form, with the line and form of the human figure as the primary objective, rather than the subject person. It is a composed image of the subject in a stationary position. A life drawing is a work that has been drawn from an observation of a live model.
    The term can also refer to the act of producing such a drawing. Figure drawing is arguably the most difficult subject an artist commonly encounters, and entire courses are dedicated to the subject. (Excerpt from Wikipedia)

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