A tronie: (16/17th-century Dutch for “face”) is a common type, or group of types, of works common in Dutch Golden Age painting and Flemish Baroque painting that shows an exaggerated facial expression or a stock character in costume.
Join Charles Miano on an expressive exploration of character and costume in his unique classical approach to portrait painting.
Miano will highlight his special Sprezzatura Style of painting which distinguishes his work as both studied and bold. He will show artists his “Golden age” Palette mixtures for creating life-like portraits in oil in the grand manner of Rembrandt and the Old Masters.
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