Classes run on a thematic rota and are held Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Please see the About page for more information.
Our next long pose on Tuesday 1st December will be Goya’s ‘María Luisa de Parma’ (1799).
Building from the Anatomy class on 10th November, which will focus on the hands, this session recreates an iconic pose from the history of art which emphases the anatomical features covered in the previous session. The session will involve one pose after a short warm up. Tutors will be available to provide assistance on request and all materials, including paints, are welcome.
Future sessions will provide live recreations from a number of iconic images, such as Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus (1647-51) at the National Gallery and the British Museum’s marble statue of a Roman priestess (AD 20-50).
Level of tuition – assistance available on request.