Restoration of Paintings One-Year course

Accademia Riaci - Florence (Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

€ 14,000 - (Rs 9,88,533)
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Important information

  • Training
  • Beginner
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    28 Weeks
  • When:
    04/09/2017
    other dates
Description

Florence is an ideal place to learn, with many paintings and art works waiting to be restored. You will have chance to work with authentic paintings including those from 15th century, in a laboratory of professional art restorers. Our courses are totally focus on hands-on practical training. The instructors are professional restorers who have been active in the field for decades.

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Where and when

Starts Location Timetable
04 September 2017
15 January 2018
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Who is it intended for?

Accademia Riaci offers different programs in Painting Restoration suitable for both beginners and advanced students.

· What happens after requesting information?

Please send your inquiry to the Accademia Riaci International Admissions Office at accademiariaci@accademiariaci.info.

What you'll learn on the course

Restoration
Art
Art History
Painting
Conservation
Evaluation
Italian Culture
Polychrome works
Photographic survey
Diagnostics

Teachers and trainers (1)

Accademia Riaci professional school
Accademia Riaci professional school
Firenze

Course programme

The program of Painting Restoration is designed to provide students with the education and training required to prepare them for career as conservators of those material artifacts that are of artistic, historic, or other cultural significance.

The instructional program at Accademia Riaci prepares students for continued professional growth and development throughout their careers and gives them an appreciation of the possibility to contribute to continuing evolution of restoration profession.

The program emphasizes the importance of understanding and respecting the aesthetic and cultural significance of artifacts requiring restoration, the scientific and technical means of identifying the materials employed in the fabrication and restoration of artifacts, and the understanding of their properties, the modes and mechanisms of the deterioration of art and restoration materials, the procedures and techniques employed in restoration documentation, the importance of interdisciplinary study that fosters the student’s creative learning in different restoration specialties and allied fields.

Students undertake research projects, laboratory work, and seminars in special areas of restoration such as climatology or the problems ethnographic and archaeological artifacts and gain intensive restoration experience through advanced fieldwork.

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