Join the artists of the Renaissance,
Learn how they drew
Enter the word of historical Florence and learn the drawing process of the Renaissance masters in live, interactive online courses. Take guidance and instruction from the artists of Renaissance Florence in each lesson where their approach, methodology, and technique is explained and demonstrated.
Take part in the historical transformation from apprentice to artist through the lessons given to the young Leonardo and Michelangelo in the workshops of Renaissance Florence.
Starting in September 2024
The Foundations of Renaissance Drawing: Online Apprenticeship Year
Learn to draw in The Renaissance Workshop alongside artists of Leonardo’s generation. Undergo the historical training of a Renaissance artist in this online apprenticeship which reconstructs the creative education from the greatest era in the history of drawing.
Experience what drawing in the Renaissance was like and discover how the old masters drew. Book a short course and uncover an aspect of the historical process and methodology of the Renaissance Masters.
- Foundations and ProcessStart date:Duration: 10 WeeksLearn the essentials of Renaissance Portrait Drawing live, online with an international community£449.00
- Creative Approach, Methodology and CraftStart date:Duration: 6 WeeksDemystify the drawing approach and creative purpose of the artists of Renaissance Italy in this live, online course£299.00
- Theory and Practice in the WorkshopStart date:Duration: 6 WeeksUnderstand the applied theory and logic of design belonging to naturalistic drawing in the Renaissance in this live, online drawing course£299.00
Draw with the same materials used by the artists of the Renaissance and experience the historical process of drawing as the old masters did. The Renaissance Workshop Materials range allows you to feel tactile and immediate contact with the past and interact with the artistic and cultural legacy of Renaissance Europe. The historical approach to creativity and drawing of the Renaissance artists was bound to a craft tradition from which these materials emerge.
All products hand made in The Renaissance Workshop in London.