Drawing Closer: Renaissance Figure Drawing

Drawing Closer: Renaissance Figure Drawing The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper welcomes artists of all experience and skill levels to work closely after thematic selections from the Clark’s collection of works on paper. In conjunction with the Printed Renaissance exhibition, October’s theme, “Renaissance Figure Drawing,” features prints and drawings by the Old Masters and their contemporaries that focus on anatomy, musculature, and pose. Enjoy an open session to participate in the tradition of copying earlier artworks or choose to practice fundamentals and explore ideas.
Basic materials are provided. Artists bringing their own supplies should note that only graphite pencils are allowed in the Study Center.
Free. Advance registration required; capacity is limited.
Image: Rembrandt van Rijn, Study from the Nude (detail), 1646, etching on paper. The Clark, 1955.1498