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Renaissance and Classical European Art
  1. Michelangelo. Drawing a human figure in motion. Lecture on human anatomy and proportions. Sketching. Pencil and charcoal on paper.

  2. Durer. Understanding the Renaissance perspective, drawing a scene with a one-point perspective and objects with a two-point perspective. Pencils on paper.

  3. Classical Landscape. Understanding the rules of classical composition, creating a unique landscape in the Romantic style. Soft pastels on paper.

  4. Leonardo. Learning about Leonardo da Vinci life and work, designing a unique flying machine. Recycled materials.

  5. Caravaggio. Understanding the role of light and shadow in painting and drawing. Painting a still life with a candle (live or from a reference). Acrylic paint on cardboard.

  6. Baptisterij and Lorenco Giberti. Sculpting a relief.

  7. Hans Holbein. Learning about facial features and anatomy. Making a portrait from a photo reference. Pencils on paper.

  8. Etchings of Rembrandt. Understanding cross-hatching, texture and shading through strokes. Making a landscape drawing à la etching. Pen, paper.

  9. Titian and Veronese. Learning about the culture of Venice, painting a scene from a Venetian carnival. Acrylic paint on cardboard.

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