Administration Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.londonfineartstudios.com 146 Battersea Business Centre, 99-109 Lavender Hil London, England SW11 5QL United Kingdom Phone: 44 07762892987 London Fine Art Studios forms part of a long line of ateliers dedicated to teaching the classical techniques of drawing and painting. It has the endorsement and support of the de Laszlo Foundation, which is testament to the quality of teaching and calibre of artists.
LFAS provides a thorough introduction and development in the craft of drawing and painting, from foundation through to the more advanced levels of portraiture, figure, gesture and anatomy, still life and landscape. Each year we offer a full programme of courses from short intensives to full time tuition. There are classes in painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking as well as a sketch club and study groups.
Students receive one-to-one critiques and learn also from demonstrations. By keeping the class numbers small we ensure that the standard of teaching is not compromised and that each student is given sufficient attention as well as the opportunity to ask questions. We encourage them to take the time to observe their peers and tutors as an important part of the education.
LFAS is committed to fostering community, enabling its students to find their own painterly style. We are home to an exceptional group of aspiring and established artists.
We also host a variety of events, which help fund scholarships. Lead Curator for 19th Century Art at Tate Britain, Alison Smith and Simon Schama, broadcaster, author and History of Art Professor at Columbia University, are amongst those who have contributed to our extensive calendar of activities.
In addition we have cultivated partnerships with organisations of international standing such as Dulwich Picture Gallery and Leighton House Museum as well as working on innovative projects including with scientists from the King's College London. We believe that a rounded education and exposure to professional networks is fundamental to the artist's progress.
Above all London Fine Art Studios ensures that the pillars of representational art remain central to the professional training and development of every artist.