Anthony Ryder studied painting and drawing with Ted Seth Jacobs in New York City and in France from 1983 to 1989. He was chosen by Mr. Jacobs to be his substitute at the New York Academy in 1985. Since then he has taught at many schools in the United States, as well as in France and the Netherlands. His work is based on a synthesis of observation and painting theory. His teaching method combines class demonstrations with individual critiques. Instruction in the block-in, internal curve, contour, light and shade, forms and features of the head. Poses from one to three days. Daily 2-hour demos.
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