20 famous paintings for you to copy…

There is much to be learned from copying paintings you like.  You have a head start with your painting because artistic decisions have already been made for you.  The colours, subject, format, composition have already been decided.  Without you realizing it, everything you learn by copying the great masters, will reflect in your future paintings.

Here they are! All of these famous works can be copied using my tutorials.  Can you recognize them?  Just click the links listed in order below to find your favourite. Go ahead, have some fun painting.  You deserve it!

PS If you choose to sign your work, it is important to acknowledge the original artist.  For example, “Christine S after Monet.”

Matisse “Basket With Oranges”

Edvard Munch “Girls on a Bridge”

Emil Nolde “Windmill”

Franz Marc “Horse in Landscape”

Pablo Picasso “Le Rêve (The Dream)

Milton Avery “Seated Woman in Blue”

Gabrielle Munter “Yavlensky and Verevkin”

Gustav Klimt “Mother with Child”

Wassily Kandinsky “Houses in Munich”

Pablo Picasso “Girl with a Dove”

Vincent van Gogh “The Starry Night”

André Derain “Big Ben”

Gustav Klimt “The Kiss”

Alexj Jawlensky “Girl with Peonies”

Paul Klee “Chosen Site”

Toulouse Lautrec “In Bed the Kiss”

Edvard Munch “Madonna”

Amadeo Modgiliani “Woman with Black Cravat”

Egon Schiele “Ceramics”

Claude Monet, “Les Nympheas” 

Friedensreich Hundertwasser “Man Find in Zahala” (cropped)

Original artwork by Christine Stoner ©
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“I learned to not worry so much about the outcome but to concentrate on the step I was on and try to do it as perfectly as I could.”  Stephen Wozniak

Original artwork by Christine Stoner ©
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“Let’s drag forth material, crude, rough, neglected. Then let’s sing it, dance it, write it, paint it – let’s do the impossible.”  Aaron Douglas

Original artwork by Christine Stoner ©
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June 2018

“By trying to win, I’ll always lose.  Only when I accept there will be no winning or losing, just events unfolding and how I chose to react to them, do I succeed.  Jeff Howe

Original artwork by Christine Stoner ©
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“As my artist statement explains, my work is utterly incomprehensible and is therefore full of deep significance.” Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes

Original artwork by Christine Stoner ©
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“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.”  Mary Oliver