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Touching up Tudor portraits… How does the NPG restore and care for such old paintings?

The National Portrait Gallery in London tells the fascinating stories of people and their lives. The Gallery has a vast amount of original Tudor portraits from the very large to the very strange. It is free to enter and this year they are running free summer schools for 14 to 21-year-old where all materials are provided. Imagine learning to draw in such an amazing place. It’s free but places fill up fast so booking is essential.

 Book here: http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/exhibitions/bp-portrait-award-next-generation/next-gen-whats-on.php

Conservation at the Gallery:

SUMMER SCHOOLS

Monday 15 – Wednesday 17 August OR Monday 22 – Wednesday 24 August 11.00 – 16.30

Work with BP Portrait Award-winning artists to creatively explore portrait painting over three days. With a showcase event on Day 3.

Applications open Thursday 23 June and close 12.00 Wednesday 3 August 2016

PLEASE NOTE:  This class includes drawing from a nude model. A signed parent/guardian consent form is required for all participants aged eighteen and under.

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I love Tudor history and my bookshelves seem to groan a bit more every year !

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