Famous Parody Paintings

I always love to have the students do this assignment towards the end of the year, because they really get to be as creative as they want. At this point, they know how to use and mix paint colors and have done enough sketchbook assignments and portrait lessons that they can incorporate these skills and knowledge into creating their own unique paintings. Since we are always short on time towards the end of the year, I find that having a famous painting to get ideas from speeds things up a bit for the kids and they can really add their own spin on these famous old masters’ style and compositions.

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