Canvas by Numbers' paint by numbers kits allow you to explore your creative side without the challenge of starting with a blank canvas.
Throughout history, great masters of painting have, on more than one occasion, acknowledged their powerlessness when facing the challenge of the "blank canvas." Inspiration is capricious and isn't always available when needed. Proof of this lies in the many sketches, unfinished figures, and works that conceal traces of other drawings beneath the visible figures.
Starting from scratch in painting isn't an easy task, and very few are the chosen ones who possess this divine gift, as they also know how to translate an idea into a painting. Wassily Kandinsky painted the music he "heard" in his head.
However, it's not necessary to possess this divine quality of the chosen ones to enjoy painting. You can create great works with famous artists' paint by numbers kits. You only need to follow a few simple rules, and you'll have a painting created by you, a unique piece to hang at home or give to friends.
In this post, we suggest that you choose a famous painting to paint, specifically a famous landscape painting. Why a landscape? The answers are many: because landscapes are beautiful, there's a wide variety - countryside, sea, or cities, because all the great masters have landscapes among their most famous works, because of the wide variety of painting styles, because they are joyful, and more.
In our Famous Paint by Numbers Collection, you'll find a selection of landscapes to paint by numbers. You already know that Canvas by Numbers' paint by numbers kits include everything you need to start enjoying: canvas, brushes, acrylic paint. All of them are of great quality and come with careful packaging.
Suggestions for you:
1) Poppy Fields near Argenteuil by Claude Monet, one of the most famous paintings by the Impressionist master, on display at the Musee d'Orsay in Paris.
2) Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh, impossible that you haven't seen it at some point. It's housed in the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York.
3) Cassone Church by Gustav Klimt, a mixture of urban landscape and nature. This painting belongs to a private collection and was "lost" for decades.
4) In the Northland by Tom Thompson, a cheerful piece that reflects the lush vegetation of Canadian forests and lakes. Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal.
Well, what do you think? Are you up for it?
Don't forget to visit the Canvas by Numbers Famous Paintings Collection. You'll find exclusive paintings by great masters that you'll love.
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