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Drawing. Introduction to the Bargue method

2020-02-29
2020-03-01
Drawing Courses

Introduction to the Bargue method

 

Trainer: Nelson Ferreira

Location: Multipurpose Room, MNAC

Entrance through Capelo Street, 13

 

Dates:

February 25-28, 2020

Daily duration: 3h30mn

Opening hours: 14h00 to 17h30.

Cost *: 180 € general public; 150 € museum friends

Target audience: all levels, from beginners to professional artists

Registrations through 21 343 21 48 or to museuchiado@mnac.dgpc.pt


Saturday 29/02/2020 and Sunday 01/03/2020

Daily duration: 6 hours -

Hours: 10:30 am to 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm.

Cost *: 180 € general public; 150 € museum friends

Target audience: all levels, from beginners to professional artists

Registrations through 21 343 21 48 or to museuchiado@mnac.dgpc.pt

 

* The cost includes all necessary materials

 

 

 

Within the scope of the exhibition “Biography of the Trace. Drawing Collection (1836-1920) ”, patent in MNAC (Sala dos Fornos) from 7 February to 31 May 2020, curated by Maria de Aires Silveira, the MNAC Educational Service provides its visitors and friends with a real drawing experience with a technique widely disseminated and practiced in academies in the 19th century.

 

Taught by Nelson Ferreira, painter, draftsman and Drawing teacher, with extensive tutorial experience in national museums in Portugal and England, the courses are aimed at the general public, from beginners to professionals.

 
As the trainer says, the “Bargue course was the most acclaimed method in the 19th century to train the great geniuses of drawing, with a real ability to draw (by eye, without taking any measures except the height and the total width). This rigorous training is similar to the studies that academic artists like Soares dos Reis, José Malhoa or John Singer Sargent did (as well as modernists who knew how to draw, like Picasso). ”

Activities

  • 2020-02-25
    2020-02-28

    14h00
    17h30
    Drawing course. Introduction to the Bargue method
  • 2020-02-29
    2020-03-01

    10h30
    17h30
    Drawing course. Introduction to the Bargue method
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