Acrylic Masterclass: Study of Paul Cézanne – Still Life, Pitcher and Fruit (1894)


Acrylic Oil Painting Study – Paul Cézanne and his painting of Still Life: Pitcher and Fruitcezanne

Coming up this holiday Season is an interesting masterclass for in-depth study of the famous Oil Painting – Bouilloire et Fruit – by Paul Cézanne. This is a two session Still Life Acrylic Painting Workshop with step-by-step guidance from international master artist Michael Britton in understanding and recreating Paul’s genius painting.

Whether you are an art-history enthusiasts, a devote painter or a beginner artist, this chance of learning master’s painting is a great add to your skill.

Detail information about the workshop:

Number of session: 2;

Date: 21 & 28 November 2020;

Available on: Zoom and on-site learning;

Course fee: $120/2 sessions.

All materials will be provided. For Zoom participants, there is an option of door-to-door Art Kit delivery.

Open for both Zoom and on-site participation!

Unable to travel during this school holiday due to COVID-19 restriction? No worries, we’ve got you cover.

The Masterclass series offer studies of various famous artist. This journey will bring you to France to explore Paul Cezanne’s art. “The Father of modern art” is known for his painting of France’s landscape as well as still life objects that are familiar to daily life routine of French citizen.

Paul Cezanne (19 January 1839 – 22 October 1906) was born in Aix-en-Provence, France, with his dad as a founder of a prosperous banking firm at the time. Even though there were a lot of objections coming from a father who wished Paul to study Law and assist his business, the young man committed to pursue his artistic career and left hometown Aix for glorious capital Paris. Eventually, he was said to have formed the bridge between late 19th-century Impressionism and the early 20th century’s new line of artistic enquiry, Cubism, and become the most important name during Post-Impressionism movement.


Optional Art Kit delivery to your doorstep!

With experiences in holding professional Zoom Art Class as well as in-studio, we offer both option of virtual learning and direct learning for this workshop! Zoom Lesson will be taught live in conjunction with in-studio lesson. All materials will be provided at the Studio and Art Kit delivery option is available at $35!

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Join us on this masterclass in Acrylic Painting – Study of Paul Cezanne’s Pitcher and Fruit () to uncover a great name from romantic France.

What will you learn in this session?

This two-session workshop will provide you with:

  • Understanding of Paul Cezanne’s iconic works and techniques;
  • Basic Use of acrylic colours;
  • Technique to recreate oil painting with acrylic paint;
  • Observational Sketching.

The course is beginner-friendly with step-by-step instruction from international master artist Michael Britton.

Sign up now to spice up your Holiday Season!

For enquiries, email info@visualartscentre.sg or call/WhatsApp (+65)62550711!

Course description:

Number of session: 2;

Date: 21 & 28 November 2020;

Available on: Zoom and on-site learning;

Course fee: $120/2 sessions.

  • Suitable for beginners to experienced painters.
  • Art materials required are: canvas (40x50cm/30x40cm, or check with us for other dimensions), acrylic paints, brushes. Art materials set at $35 with door to door local delivery.

Stay tuned for more art courses and workshops by Visual Arts Centre.

For enquiries, email info@visualartscentre.sg or call/WhatsApp (+65)62550711


Every Saturday, from 21 November 2020 - 28 November 2020



Number of Sessions:

2 Sessions

Course Fees:

S$ 120


Visual Arts Centre's Exhibition Gallery and Zoom

Terms and conditions:

This workshop fee applies for this workshop held on 7 Nov & 14 Nov only. Replacement of the original attendee is allowed. No refunds for no-shows.

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