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A unique method - A way to reveal and forge the artist
A unique method - A way to reveal and forge the artist

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The art of the Renaissance developed in Florence as of the early 1400s, and then spread to the rest of Italy and then of Europe, conventionally until the first decades of the 1500s. The grand objective of this period was to recover the classical canons which were to serve as example for new and original formulations. The greatest innovation attained in this period of art, a melting-pot of many innovations, was drawing, considered as a powerful tool to depict ideas.

Admiring the drawings of Leonardo, we can understand how drawing became the Renaissance artist's primary tool, used to design or plan works of art, engineering, mechanics, hydraulics, architecture and military works. Discover more about the Renaissance in Florence at La Bottega dell’Arcimboldo Art Academy: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/en/art-renaissance-florence.php
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Michelangelo was one of the most famous artists of the Renaissance, and also one of the most prolific. He produced frescoes, sculptures and architecture work but only one wooden panel , the Doni Tondo, on display in Florence’s Uffizi Galleries. Read here to discover something more about this special work of art: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/blog/the-doni-tondo-a-truly-unique-painting/
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Discover the secrets of the art in the Renaissance at our art academy La Bottega dell'Arcimboldo in Florence.

Choose our professional courses of painting in style antique. Visit our Website for more information and subscription: http://www.florenceartacademy.it
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The Renaissance was a time of great cultural and artistic renewal, and that it produced some of the world’s most famous artists. But what was the Renaissance really about, and why did it start in Florence? Read here: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/blog/the-first-stirrings-of-the-renaissance/
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At La Bottega dell'Arcimboldo, art academy in Florence, we offer professional courses of drawing and hyper-realistic painting.

At the end of the course the student will learn to recognize and exalt the features of a face, capture lights and shadows and convey expressiveness. And, above all, he will be able to convey the true essence of the subject onto the canvas, achieving a perfect anatomical and perceptive rendering.

Visit our Website for more information and subscriptions: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/
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Professional courses of drawing and anatomic study at La Bottega dell'Arcimboldo art academy in Florence. An intense and full immersion into drawing and constant exercise that will irreversibly reawaken the student’s dormant talent, enabling him to acquire practically total control over the system formed by Mind, Arm, Pencil and Paper.
Visit our Website for more information and subscriptions: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/
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One of the most innovative and famous of living portraitists is American artist Chuck Close. 

One of the founders of the photorealist movement, Chuck Close is best known for his portraits depicting famous figures such as models and actors. Last year, he had the chance to work with one of the most powerful people in the world: he created a series of larger-than-life portraits of US President Barack Obama. Read here: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/blog/the-photorealistic-portraits-of-chuck-close/
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Live the magical atmosphere of the old bottega of Renaissance in Florence. La Bottega dell'Arcimboldo offers professional courses for beginners and advanced students of painting in antique style. Visit our Website for more information and subscriptions: http://www.florenceartacademy.it/
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Leonardo da Vinci embodied the essence of the “Renaissance Man”. Between his scientific research, his futuristic inventions and his masterful works of art, there was very little that Leonardo didn’t do – and do quite well. 

One of the areas in which he particularly excelled was portraiture... Read here to learn something more about Leonardo's portraits academy.http://www.florenceartacademy.it/blog/sitting-for-leonardo-three-famous-portraits/
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Our art courses at La Bottega dell'Arcimboldo in Florence are beginning. Discover the utmost potential of your art attending to our professional courses for beginners and advanced students of trompe l'oeil and affresco under the watchful eye of the Maestro Domenico Mileto.

Access to the Bottega is limited. No more than 25 students are accepted per year, so as to guarantee the quality of service and so that each student’s evolution receive adequate attention. So... hurry up and visit our website for more information: http://www.florenceartacademy.it
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