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Course for beginners. Figurative art implies that the artist knows and dominates the representation of the shapes and characteristics of the human body to perfection. For this, excellent knowledge of the human anatomy is essential to explore the surface of the body and to identify and recognize the bone structure, as well as the muscular and carnal morphology of the figure for the perfect conceptual understanding.

  • To understand the skeletal and muscular structure of the human body: parts, connections, and structure.
  • To identify the morphology of muscular masses
  • To understand the shape of the human body in a conceptual way.
Course material

Artistic Anatomy, by P.M.L.P. Richer and R. Beverly Hale is recognized as the best anatomy book since the Renaissance. The original 1889 edition was used by Renoir, Braque, Degas or Bazille. The English edition, first published 35 years ago, brings the great 19th century master of artistic anatomy, Dr. Paul Richer, together with the most renowned 20th century master of anatomy and drawing of the human figure, Robert Beverly Hale, who translated and edited the book for the modern reader.

Dates: Fall and Winter Terms (10 sessions)

Horarios: Friday from 2pm to 5pm

Language: English / Spanish

IMPORTANT: To enroll in the Morphology course, students must initiate their registration during the Fall term (from October) — it's the starting point for the entire course. Missing this introductory phase means they won't have the essential foundation to keep up with the material in the Winter term.

407 € 814 € 1.210 €

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