Instructor: Robert Liberace

Robert Liberace received both his B.F.A and his M.F.A from George Washington University. He is considered by many to be a contemporary classicist, equally gifted in drawing, painting, and sculpture. He is possibly best known for his distinctive style of figure drawing. Awards for his work include both the Morris Louis Scholarship and the National Academy of Arts and Letters Scholarship, American Artist's "Emerging Artist Award", and the Best of Show Award in the Portrait Society of America's International Portrait Competition, as well as the Society's Grand Prize. Liberace's drawings have also been selected for exhibition in New York 's prestigious Arnot Museum of Art.
Liberace is now working on a
book for Watson-Guptill Publishing where he will demonstrate his approach to the "old master" style of drawing. In addition to his publication and commissions, Liberace teaches workshops throughout the United States and Europe.




Anatomy And Vitality: Da Vinci's Approach To The Human Figure
Beautiful Rebellion: Tradition & Techniques Of The Pre-raphaelites
Da Vinci & The Renaissance Portrait Explained
The Classical Portrait And Figure (intermediate/ Advanced)
The Figure And Portrait: A Modern Approach To Classical Drawing (intermediate)
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