Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist by Stephen Rogers Peck is an anatomy reference book.
It covers everything from bones, to muscles to topics like fat, veins, hair, age, sex, race and expression. There are some photos for reference as well. The writeup is descriptive and simple to understand. The examples are well illustrated and clearly labeled. It's pretty comprehensive.
While it also has some figure drawing tips and instructions, it certainly is not as comprehensive as dedicated figure drawing books. Here, it's on the approach to drawing certain parts. There's not much on posing the figure.
I see this book get mentioned a lot on art forums online, for good reasons. It's useful and very affordable.
This book's recommended to beginner and intermediate artists.
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