Degas Webinar – The Impressionists Series (Part 2)


3-Hour Live Webinar, Painting Demonstration and Q&A
Saturday 18th May or Wednesday 22nd May 2024

This webinar is available on the following dates only:

Option 1: Saturday 18th May 2024 from 2 – 5pm (UTC+1)
Option 2: Wednesday 22nd May 2024 from 7 – 10pm (UTC+1)

Platform: Live Streaming on Zoom
Format: One hour talk followed by two-hour painting demonstration with live Q&A
Included: FREE E-BOOK on Degas & The Impressionists with step-by-step guide to copying one of his paintings

Impressionism has captured people’s imagination since its first exhibition in Paris in 1874, and artists have long sought to understand how the Impressionists created their paintings and how their techniques might be replicated. So whether you’re an artist who wishes to learn more about painting or an art-lover who would like to get a deeper insight into Impressionism, this webinar on Degas provides a wonderful opportunity to learn, explore and enjoy some of his most celebrated paintings!

Compared to the other Impressionists, Edgar DEGAS (1834-1917) was more of a traditionalist. He didn’t paint en plein air, his colour palette was subdued for much of his career, and his spontaneity was painstakingly rehearsed.

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.

Degas’ eyesight started to decline in the 1870s, and by the 1890s he could barely see. He began using pastels more often for their instantaneous results and their matt, sketchy finish that contrasted with the glossy effect of oils.

With a fascination for human anatomy and a preoccupation with the ballet, both on stage and behind-the-scenes, Degas’ paintings reflect his love for rhythm, dance and movement.

FREE E-BOOK on Degas & The Impressionists included with step-by-step guide to copying one of his paintings.

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