November | Two Day | Bozzetto - Sketching the Nude in Oil | Nicholas Robinson

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November | Two Day | Bozzetto - Sketching the Nude in Oil | Nicholas Robinson

210.00

Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th of November

10am - 4pm

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About this Two Day Bozzetto Painting Course

This course will be delivered over 2 days. Participants will have 5 hours with the model for each day of the 10 hour intensive weekend.

The course will comprise a step-by-step introduction in figurative painting methods, including demonstrations, individual instruction, theory and direction on how to use materials, and oil paint to describe the proportion, anatomy and gesture of the figure and light-effect in one single pose.

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Meet Nick

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Nicholas Robinson was studio assistant at the Florence Academy of Art, Sweden for 2 years
winning 2 awards whilst training there and has since been an Art Renewal Center (ARC) finalist
and prize-winner and a Hennessy Portrait Prize nominee.He had previously graduated from the Crawford College of Art & Design, Cork. Thoroughly disillusioned by art education in Ireland, Nicholas searched elsewhere and was introduced to the American ateliers in Florence, in which students study exclusively from life, by the Irish painter Gearoid Hayes.

Subsequently Nicholas quit his teaching career and attended the Florence Academy of Art, Sweden under the tutelage of the Swedish painter Joakim Ericsson.

Nicholas received a pair of drawing awards during his time at the school in Sweden and returned to Ireland in 2013. He is now exhibiting nationally, and works and teaches out of in his studio in Dublin city-centre.

For more information please see Nick’s website nicholasbenedictrobinson.com


Materials

Basic Materials:

• a canvas
(suggested size 40x30cm up to 90x50cm, but it's up to the individual 60x40cm is what I would use)
• Brushes
• Palette
• Palette knife
• Black/ raw umber /red /ochre /white oils
• Sansodor
• A preferred medium (Linseed oil for example)

Further Materials (useful but non-essential):

• brown baking paper (for storing oil paint)
• Vanish soap (for cleaning brushes)
• Medium cup
• Wooden palette


Oil-paints.

(Michael Harding/ Old Holland recommended)

1. Raw Umber
2. Ultramarine Blue
3. Titanium White
4. Yellow ochre or Old Holland Yellow Ochre Light
5. Cadmium red
6. Transparent Red Oxide
7. Alizarin Crimson
8. Ivory black

Brushes:

A range of about 10+ flat and filbert brushes in different sizes. From Evans art shop I suggest:
• Winton Flats 1 to 4
• Winton Filberts 1 to 8
• Winton Short Flat Brights 2 to 8
• Richard Oliver Flat Hogs 0 to 4
• Richard Oliver Hog Filberts 1 to 6 Also the Mr. Price Royal & Langnickel brushes are fine.
Get 2 packets of those and you’re away in a hack. (Pictured)
Plumb line (a 60-70cm piece of thin string or thread with a small fishing weight attached to one end but I will bring these)
• hand mirror
• black mirror (a piece of Lacobel black glass available from the glazier)