Dessiner à l’école des Beaux-Arts de Paris avec la NABA

A l’école des Beaux Arts de Paris, nous avons le bonheur de dessiner dans la Chapelle des Petits-Augustin. Cette chapelle est le seul bâtiment restant du couvent des Petits-Augustins, fondé au début du XVIIème siècle par la reine Marguerite de Valois. Le lieu abrita, à partir de 1795, le musée des Monuments français. En 1816, il fut affecté à l’École des Beaux-Arts, héritière des Académies Royales. La chapelle conserve des moulages remarquables d’œuvres françaises et italiennes, du Moyen-Âge et de la Renaissance, pour la formation des jeunes artistes.

École des Beaux Arts de Paris. La NABA.

Après avoir repris mes cours aux Beaux Arts, j’ai eu cette bonne nouvelle par la galerie qui s’occupe de moi :
je suis cotée !
De plus, toute entreprise qui achètent des œuvres d’art est défiscalisée.
Belle journée

La cote certifiée par M. AKOUN, des œuvres de Nancy Krief est de 800 € pour un tableau de 65cmx50cm.

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