ART HISTORY LECTURES

ART HISTORY LECTURES

Art History
GREAT MASTERS OF ART FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Maestro Francesco Santoro will be giving a lecture series on the life and work of Great Masters of Art and their time TIZIANO - RAFFAELLO - VELAZQUEZ - GAUGUIN - VAN GOGH Lectures in Italian with simultaneous English translation. Dates: June 4th, 11th, 18th , 25th and July 2nd Hour: 7:00 pm. Location: Father Demo Hall, 25 Carmine Street (entrance on Bleecker Street) New York Contact us for more information: 718-6501323 info@renaissanceartnyc.org
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Learn the fundamentals of color, composition, and design

Learn the fundamentals of color, composition, and design

Art Classes
In this studio-based class, Maestro Santoro teaches the fundamentals of color, composition, and design. Through drawing and painting exercises, he focuses on perception and proportion. He teaches the “visual vocabulary” and knowledge of shape and color, tone and timbre, mass and volume, line, sign and rhythm. Immerse yourself in this intimate program designed to support your personal artistic journey. Become part of a community of inspired artists. Sign up today for one or more weeks or the entire Summer
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SUMMER STUDIO ART PROGRAM 2020

SUMMER STUDIO ART PROGRAM 2020

Art Classes
From June 22nd to August 1st Come study classical drawing and painting in New York City’s Greenwich Village with world renowned Italian Renaissance-style Master Francesco Santoro. Experience the study of art in the master-apprentice style and as in the days of the Old Masters. Both beginner and expert artists are welcome and are sure to benefit from Maestro Santoro's artistic passion and individualized teaching style. Maestro Santoro will personally teach every class in Italian, with simultaneous English translation. All skill levels are welcome For adults and youth (+15) REGISTER TODAY! Location:  25 Carmine Street, New York, NY. Contact us: 718 650 1323 info@renaissanceartnyc.org ART FOR GOOD The summer studio Art Program will benefit charities through Scalabrinian Lay Movement and New Renaissance Arts Center of New York inc.
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