1. Drawing is the backbone of all art.
Michelangelo practiced drawing one hour every day.
Claude Monet began by dedicating two years
to charcoal drawing.
2. Drawing with charcoal is preferred because
the techniques used are very close to painting.
Therefore, we created the new Nitram Bâton.
A device that allows you to combine
the best of both worlds.
Call for Submissions: We are about to start a video production that features artists using Nitram Charcoal
at home, plein air or in the studio or atelier.
Entitled “Contemporary Charcoals,” these entries will feature the works of rising international artists who are taking the art of charcoal drawing to new levels, from classical to cutting edge.
This exhibition comprises examples of del Sarto’s artistic production from some of the world’s greatest Renaissance art collections, including the British Museum in London and Florence’s Galleria degli Uffizi.
Features artists from all over the world, techniques, tips and strategies to create fine art.
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