Due to Covid-19 we have moved all our classes online.
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The Irish School of Landscape Painting, founded in 1957 by Kenneth and Joan Webb, specialises in bringing each student to recognise and understand their own innate talent through these painting classes.
The Irish School of Landscape Painting offers tuition, with demonstrations and lessons in oil painting, acrylic painting, watercolours, gouache, pastels and in drawing. All basic techniques, traditional methods, and even modern explorations are covered. Invaluable lessons on composition/design are explained in easy to follow steps. Over the years, we have perfected a method and style that suits the wide range of artists that attend our courses and have made what seems complex an easy step by step process students can follow, whether their subject be indoor or outdoor, whether their style is modern or traditional, abstract or academic. The essential elements of sound foundations, good tonal control, the secrets of colour and the excitement of texture, all our covered in our classes suitable for the absolute beginner to the most professional of artists.
The Irish School of Landscape Painting has three centres, each with fully equipped studios in Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ashford, Co. Wicklow and near Clifden in Connemara. All have beautiful, varied and convenient outdoor painting sites each suiting different weather conditions. Holiday classes in these centres are a treat as little time is wasted either travelling to a site or sheltering from poor weather.
The IRISH SCHOOL OF LANDSCAPE PAINTING has closed all of its centres due to the COVID-19 crisis. However, fear not, as we are now LIVE-STREAMING every Tuesday morning from 11.30am – 1.30pm.