Verdaccio is a painting technique that came into use at the end of s. XIII and was later widely used by Renaissance painters.
This method creates an initial layer for excellent skin color and is used to achieve a sense of realism. Artists like Giotto and Leonardo Da Vinci specialized in this technique. One of the best examples is the Mona Lisa.
Our idea is to convert technical skills in creative expressions.
In the beginning it was used in oil, but today, acrylic is another material for its application. In addition, acrylic glazes allows them to dry quickly, so the work is more agile and fresh.
We adapt ourselves to your background, if any, and if you are a beginner, we start from scratch.
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