How did you learn art?

Maybenartist

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I think like St Luke's I would chosen to learn in different Ateliers, especially the ones I've looked at in Florence. Better than trial and error because whatever I learn by that method, someone has learned before and can teach it to me.
 

WFMartin

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A good friend said...' You ain't a painter, but you tell a good story.'

Hmmm....Not sure to whom that comment is directed...?

I think like St Luke's I would chosen to learn in different Ateliers, especially the ones I've looked at in Florence. Better than trial and error because whatever I learn by that method, someone has learned before and can teach it to me.

I agree with that. In my opinion, "learning to oil paint" is about 90% knowledge, and only about 10% actual, operational techniques. Such useful "knowledge" is very teachable by those who have already gained it, and very learnable by those who are willing to do so.
 
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Iain

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I have no idea. But it is certainly marketing. Can we please have it removed! Shameless.
 
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