The atelier system emerged around the seventeenth century and later became the most common method of training painters. Rembrandt was an early example of an atelier-trained painter.
The atelier system is a highly-structured and systematic curriculum which is passed on
from tutor to student. Students of differing standards and experience work together, each
learning from other and with the tutor tailoring his critique to that of the student’s
individual requirements. This is an extremely effective way  of quickening the process of
learning and getting results. Tasks are assigned like building blocks and each task must
be completely mastered before moving on to the next.

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