Enjoy an evening of the most decadent life drawing imaginable. Inspire yourself in this most unique, historical setting - a royal residence built by James I in 1616.
Royal Museums Greenwich and Art Macabre, London's pioneering purveyors of theatrical life drawing, invite you to sketch in the striking architectural space of Queen's House. Inspired by historic powerful figures and the heritage setting, draw inspiration from our Black Knight and White Queen characters as they move around in a giant chess game. Two regal figures will be posing clad in Harriet Holt's contemporary Carapace leather armour and helmets. Capture designs inspired by Elizabethan fashion in this unique heritage space, with special after-hours access to the Great Hall.
Capture the power dynamics between these two characters in pencil and graphite, and enjoy a suitably atmospheric soundtrack as you sketch.
The Queen’s House in Greenwich is one of the most interesting buildings in the UK. It is important architecturally, as the first fully classical building in the country, and famous for its former occupants and its stunning art collection. The Queen’s House even has its own ghost – if legend is to be believed...
Art Macabre have been creating exciting and theatrical life drawing events since 2009. From the Cutty Sark to Victorian cemeteries, festivals to museum Lates, thousands of people have been inspired to draw upon their creativity.
All levels of drawing confidence welcome. Pencils, A3 paper and drawing boards provided. Feel free to bring your own paper/sketchbooks.
Please note due to the heritage space (and protected floor), not all drawing materials are permitted.