Drawing Tudor Houses
We have used charcoals to draw Tudor houses; houses as they would have been at the time of the Great Fire of London in 1666. We have looked closely at the detail, lines, shape and form of the houses to make sure we accurately reflect the patterns and features.
Our finished dragons! They took time and patience to gradually layer the deco patch paper with glue; ensuring we were neat and careful to maintain the dragon’s shape.
Contrasting Monet’s Garden Landscape with Plain Near Auvers by Vincent Van Gogh.
This week we used acrylic paint to create a layered effect to our paintings. Look at the bright, vivid colours.⭐️
Painting Monet’s Garden - a contrast between landscape and cityscape
In contrast to the cityscape pictures of the Houses of Parliament by Monet, this week we looked at his landscape paintings. Using short brush strokes and small cotton buds we created our own version of ‘Monet’s Garden.’ These are very effective.
Recreating Monet’s Houses of Parliament Using Chalk Pastels
Being one of London’s famous landmarks we learnt about how Monet liked to paint the same scene at different times of the day and in different seasons. This created paintings in different colours. Here are our pictures using hues of orange or blue.