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Studying the Masters

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What you can learn from "copying" a masterwork - a very traditional way to learn to draw or paint.

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Studying the Masters

  1. 1. STUDYING THE MASTERS
  2. 2. Ghirlandaio – Michelangelo was apprentice to him, meaning he “copied’ many of the master’s work, and worked in the style of Ghirlandaio during that time
  3. 3. Michelangelo
  4. 4. Student sketchbook study of Michelangelo
  5. 5. Gericault – Raft of the Medusa
  6. 6. Student study of Gericault
  7. 7. Vincent studying Japanese print
  8. 8. Vincent Van Gogh – The Sower
  9. 9. Francis Bacon studying Vincent
  10. 10. Raimondi – Judgment of Paris
  11. 11. Manet - Luncheon on the Grass
  12. 12. Courbet
  13. 13. Picasso’s study of Courbet
  14. 14. Giorgione (and Titian?) – Venus of Urbino
  15. 15. Manet- Olympia
  16. 16. Mel Ramos
  17. 17. Larry Rivers
  18. 18. Cezanne and student study
  19. 19. George Bellows - Stag at Sharkey’s
  20. 20. Student study of Bellows
  21. 21. Rembrandt
  22. 22. Student Study of Rembrandt
  23. 23. Cezanne and student study
  24. 24. Student study of Vincent
  25. 25. Vincent
  26. 26. Vincent – Ink Drawing of Starry Night
  27. 27. Student study of Starry Night

What you can learn from "copying" a masterwork - a very traditional way to learn to draw or paint.

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