Life drawing class at the National Gallery (Nov 2016)

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, Trafalgar Square, London 51.508862 -0.128746
Dates & Time:
6.30 PM to 8.30 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£16
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Guercino's use of black chalk will be the inspiration for this life-drawing class, will will teach you a variety of techniques and help you develop your skills with a range of materials.

You will start by looking at paintings in the Gallery before moving to a studio to draw a nude model alongside a class tutor.

The class is designed for all levels of ability.

 

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