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Exlibris

Ex-Libris

Early examples The earliest known marks of ownership of books or documents date from the reign of Amenophis III in Egypt (1391–53 BCE). However, in their modern form, they evolved from simple inscriptions in books which were common in Europe in the Middle Ages, when various other forms of “librarianship” became widespread (such as the […]

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2018 Summer Camp

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2017. Alla Prima Masterclass with Costa Dvorezky

Though Alla Prima (the direct manner of finishing a painting while it is wet) is often considered an impressionistic approach, it is also ideal for the careful and thorough modeling which is a hallmark of classical painting. This approach will allow students to thoroughly and efficiently complete a painting without the laborious and time consuming […]

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