A workshop or studio, especially one used by an artist, where a principal master and a number of students, and apprentices work together producing pieces of fine art or visual art released under the master’s name or supervision.
….. This Atelier will teach a complete system of painting. The objective of this instructor is to develop the student’s skill through traditional training and practice, using the same methods that were used to teach many of the great masters of the past.
This is a tried and true method of teaching that was widely used until the modern period and is no longer taught at the University or College level. However, many of the Modernpainters were trained in this method and were able to use this technique to develop their own style.
This is NOT a course in the materials used by the old masters. Students will not be making their own paint, black oil, varnish, or gesso. The master has built upon the techniques that were used by the masters, this is a course about the history and techniques. You will leave this course with a clear understanding of how to paint and with the tools to continue, although many students may continue on for multiple courses, just as I did with my own master.
The place of origin or earliest known history of a record of art, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.
….Here is the provenance of your instructor.
0, Laura Lee Moreland
1, Paul Richard James, Paul Richard James Atelier
2, Michael John Angel, Angel Academy of Art
3, Pietro Annigoni, Atelier of Pietro Annigoni
4, Academy of Fine Arts Florence, Felice Carena,
5, Accademia Albertina, Giacomo Grosso,
6, Accademia Albertina, Andrea Gastaldi,
7, Accademia Albertina, (a) Michele Cusa, (b) Giovan Battista Bittista Biscarra, (c) Carlo Arienti, (d) Thomas Couture,
8, (a) Brera Academy of Milan, Giuseppe Gaudenzio Mazzola, (b) Pietro Benvenuti, (c) Bera Accademy, Luigi Sabatelli the elder
9, (b) Academy of Fine Arts Florence, (b1) Jacques-Louis David, (b2) Vincenzo Cammuccini, (c) Giulio Traballesi
10, (b1) Prix de Rome, (b1a) François Boucher, (b1b) Joseph-Marie Vien, (c1) Agostino Veracini, (c2) Francesco Conti, (c3) Antonio Galli-Bibiena
11, (b1a) François Lemoyne or François Le Moine, (b1b) Charles-Joseph Natoire
(c1) Benedetto Veracini, (c2a) Giovanni Maria Morandi (c2b) Carlo Maratta
12, (b1a) Louis Galloche, (b1b) François Lemoyne or François Le Moine (see b1a), (c2a1) Sigismondo Coccapani, (c2a2) Giovanni Bilvert
13, (b1a) Louis de Boullogne II, (c2a1) Cigoli (Lodovico Cardi)
14, (b1a) Louis Boullogne I, (c2a1) Alessandro Allori
15, (c2a1) Bronzino, (Agnolo Bronzino/Agnolo di Cosimo)
16, (c2a1) Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci)
17, (c2a1a) Giorgio Vasari, (c2a1b) Leonardo da Vinci, (c2a1c) Mariotto Albertinelli, Piero di Cosimo, Andrea del Sarto
18, (c2a1b) Andrea del Verrocchio
19, (C2a1b) Fra’Fillippo Lippi, (C2a1b) Donatello