A week of painting & art history in Bruges

from the easel...


Bruges with Arte Umbria

22-29 October 2016

The Medieval architecture of Bruges, with it’s many canals and bridges, spires and gables make it a jewel of Northern Europe. The city’s bustling centre, its two squares side by side; the Market Square and Burg Square are lined with picturesque gabled buildings while the impressive 13th Century Belfort towers high above the Market square.

During our week in Bruges you may wish to capture the city’s fine examples of Gothic architecture, explore it’s busy markets and beautiful churches or you may prefer to draw and paint away from the more popular areas of the city, discovering quieter stretches along the canals or views of one of the many bridges.

Whatever your preferred medium, the beautiful linear architecture of Bruges lends itself perfectly to drawing and painting, whether drawing with pencil, pen, ink and wash or using watercolours or oils. We will also…

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