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Vermeer, Warhol, Grandma Moses, Degas…Wow! These folks are artists that we might have heard of and they were REAL people. These artists became famous because of their skills as an artist! Come along through history and let’s use our pastels to see how they might have seen a girl with a pearl earring or even a famous tomato soup can!

Lessons

Michelangelo

Length: 16 minutesComplexity: Hard

Paint Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam in the style of this most famous artist!

Johannes Vermeer

Length: 16 minutesComplexity: Hard

Paint ‘the light’ in the style of Johannes Vermeer’s The Girl with the Pearl Earring.

Leonardo da Vinci

Length: 18 minutesComplexity: Hard

Paint the famous Mona Lisa in the style of da Vinci!

Andy Warhol

Length: 13 minutesComplexity: Hard

Paint in the style of Andy Warhol with his famous tomato soup can!

Monet

Length: 19 minutesComplexity: Hard

Paint Monet himself and learn all about this famous artist!

Norman Rockwell

Length: 28 minutesComplexity: Hard

Famous artist Norman Rockwell is a wonderful study for Thanksgiving or any time of year. Paint a very famous painting with Nana!

Rembrandt Dream of Joseph

Length: 24 minutesComplexity: Standard

Paint a lovely Dream of Joseph by Rembrandt in the style of this famous artist. Suggested supplies: brown construction paper. Brown, tan, yellow, black or gray and purple chalk pastels.

Lichtenstein

Length: 16 minutesComplexity: Easy

Paint the fun pop art of artist Roy Lichtenstein and his Ben-Day dots! Add your own message and create your own comic series if you’d like!

John James Audubon

Length: 24 minutesComplexity: Hard

Let’s paint a scene that just may have been something that one of America’s most famous artists and naturalists might have painted.