An example of folded screen painted in the Rinpa style
Master Class The spirit of Nihonga - inspirations from Japan
Content of the course :
During this 5-day workshop you will learn how to paint a decorative panel inspired by the imagery used on Japanese folding screens. Emphasis will be on painting a decor in the style of the Rimpa School, one of the major historial schools of Japanese painting. Used in wall hangings, folding screens, ceramics and laquer, Rimpa School also greatly influenced the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements. It also influenced symbolist painters like Gustav Klimt, impressionists like Manet and Monet, and post-impressionists like Whistler.
Japanese aesthetics continues to inspire artists and designers throughout the ages.
A beautiful panel with inspirations of Nihonga will be a great addition to your portfolio.
Objectives of the class:
Emphasis on this course will be on leading students to render a beautiful decorative panel inspired by the spirit of Nihonga, using modern techniques and materials. As you learn how to create an aged imitation gilded background, you will explore the aesthetics and finesse of Japanese style decorative painting.
Techniques used in class: Acrylic / Acrylic gouache
Another example of Rinpa style painting
Supports (substrate to paint on)
Each student will paint on his or her canvas - size approximately 120cm x 70cm (provided by the school)
Dates: June 11th to June 15th, 2018
Duration: 5 days, 40 hours of class (8 hours per day).
Location: Atelier Nadaï, 8 rue François Arago, 47000 AGEN, France
Tuition: 980.00 euros net (our courses are exempt of VAT)
Instructor: Michel Nadaï
- live, step by step instructions.
- acrylic paints and mediums.
- polyester canvas.
- cofee, tea and biscuits during breaks
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