Egg painting (tempera) is the main water-painting technique used since time immemorial, especially in Egypt, then by Byzantine icon painters, and then in Europe during the Middle Ages. The advantage of the egg process lies in the fact that egg yolk is a natural emulsion (semi-fat emulsion). We propose you a 3-day internship where you will discover with your tutor Bruno Le Bail: - the manufacture of the tempera - the basic technique and the various possibilities of application. All year from Monday to Wednesday from 10 am to 12 pm and from 2 to 5 pm or by appointment 3 days / 300 euros New course and online follow-up
You will need to bring your own painting material. We can provide you with the necessary equipment, but this will result in a surplus on the course price.