Live model drawing (3 hours on Saturday) Spring

Photo Modèle Vivant 3h - Crédit photo : Adrien Thibault
Amphithéâtre de Morphologie
+ 16 years / all levels
612 €
12 lessons of 3 hours on Saturdays from 2pm to 5pm

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Spring session: from 11 March to 15 June 2024
Remaining seats : 14/27
Plein tarif
14 places disponibles
612,00  Quantité
Tarif réduit*
0 places disponibles
396,00  Quantité Complet

Based on the etymologies of anatomy (Latin for “dissecting the corpse”) and morphology (“study of forms”), we will see that there have been several approaches to the human body throughout history. We will look at the body ‘in life’ in order to develop a contemporary approach to what is known as the practice of the ‘living model’. This course will enable you to acquire a solid grounding in drawing, but no pre-requisites are required.

Through observation and experimentation, we will develop an understanding of bone structures, muscle dynamics and centres of balance. We will extend these fundamental concepts by looking at the drawing gesture: how can we recreate the sensation of a living, breathing body, subject to its own physiological and biological rhythms?

How can we develop memorisation techniques that enable us to transcribe chosen body postures by imagination or “with our eyes closed”? Ultimately, the aim is for everyone to be free to pursue their own independent practice and follow their own unique graphic intuition.

You will need to bring your own equipment (a list will be sent to you when you register).

 

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Photo credit: Adrien Thibault

Practical information

Pdf file (FR)

Contact

naba@beauxartsparis.fr

Rates

* Reduced rate within the limits of the seats available at this rate and applicable on presentation of a proof of less than 3 months for job seekers. Students must present a school certificate. One price for teenage classes.

Teacher

  • Chloé Vanderstraeten
Crédit photo : Adrien Thibault
Crédit photo : Adrien Thibault
Crédit photo : Adrien Thibault
Crédit photo : Adrien Thibault