Florence Academy of Art
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The Florence Academy of Art is an American art school in Florence, in Tuscany in central Italy. It was started by Daniel Graves, an American painter, in 1991. Teaching is in the traditional style of the old masters. The school is a branch of the International Academy of Fine Art,[self-published source?] and is recognised as a certificate programme by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.[self-published source?] The school is not listed by the Italian ministry of education, the Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca, among the institutions authorised to award degrees in music, dance and the arts.
A review in the New York Times of a show of works by students of the school in Manhattan, New York, in 2003 was not wholly negative, but spoke of " … inertly composed still lifes, laughable allegories and preciously romantic self-portraits ... glazed by decades of exposure to tobacco smoke".
- Ken Johnson (12 September 2003). Art In Review: 'Realism Revisited' – 'The Florence Academy of Art'. New York Times. Accessed October 2015.
- Administration. Florence Academy of Art. Accessed October 2015.
- Certificate Programs. Florence Academy of Art. Accessed October 2015.
- Istituzioni autorizzate a rilasciare titoli di Alta Formazione Artistica, Musicale e Coreutica (art.11 DPR 8.7.2005, n.212) (in Italian). Ministero dell'Istruzione, dell'Università e della Ricerca. Accessed October 2015.
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