Private Drawing & Painting Lessons in Rome | Perfect Your Skills Amidst Rome's Most Beautiful Settings


Private Drawing & Painting Lessons in Rome
Perfect Your Skills Amidst Rome's Most Beautiful Settings




If you have ever wanted to try your hand at watercolour painting, this is the moment for you! This unique experience, set against the spectacular backdrop of ancient Rome, will appeal to anyone who has ever wanted to capture his or her travels in a sketch or a painting. Under the expert guidance of artist and professor Dennis Cigler, participants will record their Roman holiday in pencil and watercolour. What more satisfying way to record your impressions of the Eternal City?


by Dennis Cigler



With a programme aimed at beginners, intermediate or advanced artists, Dennis is confident that he has something to inspire everyone. No matter your level of ability, whether you'd like to try your hand at sketching and painting for the first time, or are looking to build upon existing skills, you will be introduced to the appropriate techniques and encouraged to experiment and enjoy the freedom that this medium can offer. Subjects such as perspective, line, tone and colour will be tackled while drawing and painting out-of-doors amidst the ruins and beautiful piazzas of this capital city.


by Dennis Cigler



Non-artists are welcome to accompany a minimum of two artists, free of charge. You are welcome to bring all your own materials or if you prefer, Dennis will provide drawing pencils, quality sketching and Arches watercolor paper, brushes, and Winsor Newton watercolors for an additional cost of 45 Euro/person. You must book two out-of-door sessions to participate in this unique drawing and painting experience. More encounters may be scheduled if you wish. Sessions are for private groups of 2 to 6 people. Each session lasts about two and a half hours and costs:

2016 Prices
2 People: 216.00 EURO
3 People: 278.00 EURO
4 People: 329.00 EURO
5 People: 381.00 EURO
6 People: 406.00 EURO


In addition to being a internationally-known artist, Dennis heads the art department at one of Rome's most prestigious international schools. He is also a visual arts examiner for the International Baccalaureate Organization.