Renaissance Techniques in Life Sculpture

Renaissance Techniques in Life Sculpture

The pioneers of physical realism and classical composition. You will be looking at classical balance, focus on anatomy, harmony, complexity and dynamism. Also looking at The sub-movement of Late Renaissance, mannerism which played with novelty and complexity, often resulting in distorted anatomy, elongated limbs and complex postures influenced by the movement (to varying degrees). Working with clay, suitable for all levels.

Located in HSoA Chapel Studio -
Hampstead Cemetery Chapel
68A Agamemnon Rd, London NW6 1EH

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Alessandro Cervizzi

Alessandro is an Italian sculptor, based in London; who developed his love of terracotta and skills in the Neapolitan artisan world of traditional Presepe (Nativity scenes).

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Alessandro Cervizzi gazing on his clay bust figure