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Our class is held in the famous Il Bisonte studio where luminaries such as Henry Moore worked. This is one of Moore's beautifully drawn lithographic stones on display in the courtyard where we take a break and enjoy a coffee.
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We take a break during the second week for an inspiring drive through the beautiful Tuscan hills to the famous medieval walled town of San Gimignano in the province of Sienna and famous for it's towers. We enjoy a refreshing wine tasting and lunch at the Fontaleoni vineyard.
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Over ten days of face to face lessons you can expect to master the Waterless Lithogaphy technique in this beautiful old studio which was once the stables for the Palazzo Serristori where Napoleons brother lived.
The lessons offer you a thorough knowledge and  grounding in the Waterless Lithography technique. Robin & Annie’s combined expertise as printmaking teachers and their tried and tested methods in all the fundamentals of Waterless Lithography over many years is the key to your success.
Elisabetta Cappugi, the Art Historian and Author is our guide as we discover  hidden gems and fragments of Florence's bounteous history in a city that dates back to Etruscan and Roman times & more recently was the birthplace of the Renaissance.
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We provide most materials including beautiful Italian  paper. Australian and Dutch inks, notes, an Il Bisonte apron. We also create a little  handmade book with a print from everyone in the class as a memento. Plus a lovely little pouch to keep all your small bits and pieces safe.


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We give you access to our online course for a year. This will help you consolidate your learning when you get home. Worth $450.
Read about the course here:

Looking for an apartment in Florence:

We have a golden rule, always ask 'what floor' because the old medieval stairs are just a little higher than those at home and even the fittest among us may find it difficult at the end of a busy day. We opt for an apartment with an elevator if it's over one floor up.

The area you choose is very important as the studio is in San Niccolo in the Oltrarno - the other side of the river. It's good to be able to walk to the studio.

Best areas are Piazza della Signoria - near Uffizzi - Ponte Vecchio and Santa Croce.  

Find the area on this map and avoid the very steep hill near the Boboli gardens.

Please check with us first to be sure.

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Apartments in Florence,

Sharing an apartment can be very economical and a great way to experience living in Florence.  We love shopping in the stunning markets for beautiful fresh food  to prepare in our apartment.

Images from our past workshop books

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