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Courses in Painting in Italy 2020

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

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.

Top Courses in Painting in Italy 2020

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One-Year Course

Florence Classical Arts Academy
Campus Full-time 1 year October 2020 Italy Florence

The Florence Academy of Russian Art offers you to take its One-Year Course, which can be extended then into the full Three-Year Course. During one academic year, you will go through a step by step program, which will take you from basic to complex. You will be starting by studying simple geometric figures and then finish the year by drawing and painting portraits. This course is a fundamental educational base for any artist who wants to master the skills of academic drawing and painting.

Painting & Painting Restoration Course

Accademia Riaci
Campus Part-time 2 - 12 weeks October 2020 Italy Florence

You will start learning from basics of oil painting, watercolor, fresco and other techniques to extend your learning to space structure and understandings of shading, composition, including lectures on art history in order to study Italian art and outdoor drawing, participants will learn both traditional techniques and modern techniques.

Restoration of Frescoes

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full-time 3 years Request Info Italy Florence

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

Restoration of Paintings on Canvas and Wood

Palazzo Spinelli Group
Campus Full-time 3 years Request Info Italy Florence

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