Course in Painting in Italy

Compare Courses in Painting in Italy 2017

Painting

Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.

Painting programs are designed to teach students how to create works of art using various kinds of paint. One of these courses of study can be an excellent way to improve technical skills and start building a portfolio.

Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.

Top Course Studies in Painting in Italy 2017

Read More

Restoration of Frescoes

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full time 3 years January 2018 Italy Florence

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of frescoes. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. [+]

Best Courses in Painting in Italy 2017. The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of frescoes. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy. Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills. The Course Since 1982, the Institute's technicians and teachers, with the involvement of over 600 graduates, have carried out over 2200 restoration projects in collaboration with public arts authorities and private companies. Thanks to the Institute's ample experience, it has worked on partnership projects in all sectors linked to the restoration of frescoes, plaster, stuccoes and architectural structures. All the laboratories are coordinated by one or more sector experts with over 20 years experience. Professional Profile The Institute organises professional courses issuing the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer), approved by the Region of Tuscany in accordance with Law 32/2002 and following the standards approved by the Conference of Italian Regions of 27 October 2011 which decreed the three-year duration of... [-]

Restoration of Paintings on Canvas and Wood

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full time 3 years January 2018 Italy Florence

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of paintings. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. [+]

The course issues the qualification of Collaborator Restorer in the sector of restoration of paintings. Over 60% of the three-year programme is practical work. Context Italy is known for its extraordinary artistic and cultural heritage with a network of five thousand museum and archaeological sites and 49 UNESCO “outstanding universal value” sites. These monuments, churches and museums attract tourists that generate about 10 billion euros per year. Our heritage sites are testimony to western culture/civilisation as well as being an extraordinary resource for the country's economy. Promoting our cultural heritage has led to huge investment in conservation and restoration. The sector, therefore, needs professionals who have comprehensive training in art history (and humanities), technological-scientific subjects and excellent working skills. The Course Since 1978, the Institute's technicians and teachers, with the involvement of over 2100 graduates, have carried out over 5500 restoration projects in collaboration with public arts authorities and private companies. Thanks to the Institute's ample experience, it has worked on partnership projects in all sectors linked to the restoration of paintings on canvas and wood. All the laboratories are coordinated by one or more sector experts with over 20 years experience. Professional Profile The Institute organises professional courses issuing the qualification of Technician in Restoration of Cultural Heritage (Collaborator Restorer), approved by the Region of Tuscany in accordance with Law 32/2002 and following the standards approved by the Conference of Italian Regions of 27 October 2011 which decreed the three-year duration of the course with a total of 2700... [-]

Course in Painting

Santa Reparata International School of Art
Campus Full time 1 month November 2017 Italy Florence

Students will be introduced to the technical and theoretical aspects of painting in a variety of medium. Beginning level students will work from still-life, nude models and on-site in the city. [+]

Course in Painting

Course Description:

Students will be introduced to the technical and theoretical aspects of painting in a variety of medium. Beginning level students will work from still-life, nude models and on-site in the city. Lessons will focus on use of color, value, and composition. Intermediate students will continue to build on the skills learned at the beginning level and will start developing their own personal visual language. Advanced students are expected to have mastered the technical aspects of painting and will begin to build a body of work that reflects a personal style and ideas.

Course Structure:

Studio assignments will be augmented by discussions, critiques, illustrated lectures, museum visits and the analysis of historic and contemporary paintings.... [-]