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A WEEKEND WITH THE OLD MASTERS: WILLIAM BOUGUEREAU

2022 18th & 19th of June, 9am - 12pm, 1pm - 4pm
The Scottish School of Classical Art

£200


A weekend workshop with the Scottish School of Classical Art. 


Learn the secrets of one of the most brilliant painters of the 19th century - through recreating his works!

Mastercopy is a cornerstone of study in classical painting. You will recreate a work from William Adolphe-Bouguereau, in a similar fashion to the original, with instruction from one of our instructors at the Scottish School of Classical art. This will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to produce your own original works.


WORSHOP CONTENTS


DAY ONE: 


PICTORIAL LIGHT

Basic concepts behind his works.


IDEALISATION

Common themes in his works.


UNDERPAINTING

A tonal layer with solvents, a warm base for subsequent layers.


DAY TWO:


HUE, CHROMA AND VALUE - A MASTERS GUIDE

The techniques at play.


OPAQUE PALETTE STRUCTURE

Structuring a first stage palette for your master-copy.


FIRST STAGE PAINTING

An initial layer of opaque paint.


SECOND STAGE PAINTING

A resolved pass in opaque paint across the surface.

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THE FANTASTIC WORK OF FRANK FRAZETTA: A WEEKEND WORKSHOP

£200
The Scottish School of Classical Art - 2021, July 23rd & 24th 10AM-12PM 1PM-3PM

For over 50 years, Frank Frazetta dominated the art world with his images of fierce warriors, helpless princesses, and fantastical creatures set in the most lavish landscapes. His impact upon the worlds of fantasy art and film was unparalleled, and it can be seen to this day in the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy. Amazingly, he managed to do this while nearly dying because of an undiagnosed thyroid condition. Even more astonishing was his ability to survive six strokes, which forced him to switch from drawing with his right hand to drawing with his left hand. This weekend documents the life and work of this legendary fantasy artist while exploring the universal theme of inspiration. Presentations and studies, made with instruction from SSCA, bring his paintings to life.

DAY ONE: 


Basic concepts.

PAINTING WITH FIRE


Themes in his works.


UNDERPAINTING

A tonal layer with solvents, a warm base for subsequent layers.


DAY TWO:


HUE, CHROMA AND VALUE

The techniques at play.


OPAQUE PALETTE STRUCTURE

Structuring a first stage palette for your master-copy.


FIRST STAGE PAINTING

An initial layer of opaque paint.

SECOND STAGE PAINTING

A resolved pass in opaque paint across the surface.

MATERIALS LIST

  

1 HB Pencil

1 sharpener

Sheet of tracing paper, A4 size. 


One 10x12 canvas board.

75ml Bottle of Windsor Newton Liquin

One tube of Burnt Umber or Raw Umber acrylic paint, black acrylic paint, white (any brand, any quality, small size)

Small bottle of odourless solvents.

Oil Paints - Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Colours or Windsor Newton Oil Colour (must include Oxide Light Red, raw Umber, Burnt Umber,  Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red, Ivory black, Yellow ochre, Titanium White, Ultramarine Blue) 75ml/37ml

1 pack of baby wipes

One pad of paper tear-away palettes (or if you prefer a plastic/wooden palette, just remember to keep it clean)

Artist brushes of good quality or long handled cat's tongue brushes sizes 2-12. 


(Long handle if possible)


https://www.rosemaryandco.com/watercolour-brushes/golden-synthetic/filbert-cats-tongue

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MATERIALS LIST

  

1 HB Pencil

1 sharpener

Sheet of tracing paper, A4 size. 


One 10x12 canvas board.

75ml Bottle of Windsor Newton Liquin

One tube of Burnt Umber or Raw Umber acrylic paint, black acrylic paint, white (any brand, any quality, small size)

Small bottle of odourless solvents.

Oil Paints - Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Colours or Windsor Newton Oil Colour (must include Oxide Light Red, raw Umber, Burnt Umber,  Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red, Ivory black, Yellow ochre, Titanium White, Ultramarine Blue) 75ml/37ml

1 pack of baby wipes

One pad of paper tear-away palettes (or if you prefer a plastic/wooden palette, just remember to keep it clean)

Artist brushes of good quality or long handled cat's tongue brushes sizes 2-12. 


(Long handle if possible)


https://www.rosemaryandco.com/watercolour-brushes/golden-synthetic/filbert-cats-tongue

Email to book your place.
 

DISCLAIMER

No refunds can be made once the student has paid the tuition fees and committed to the course, unless provided with a doctor’s note to state medical issues or special circumstances.