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Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Canvas by Numbers. Discover an extraordinary array of Paint by Numbers kits, meticulously designed for beginners and art enthusiasts alike. Whether it's captivating landscapes, charming animal scenes, or intricate abstract patterns, there's something for everyone.

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Ever dreamt of stepping into the shoes of art's greatest legends? Now's your chance! With our paint by numbers kits, you can recreate masterpieces worth millions, all from your comfy couch. Imagine, the grand works of the masters, reborn through your own hands!

La Rosa (1898) | Alphonse Mucha

Alphonse Mucha

The Czech artist masterfully intertwined elegant women, blossoming flowers, and vivid stories with each stroke. Celebrated pieces like 'The Seasons' showcase his unique blend of beauty, color, and emotion. Mucha's legacy still resonates, reminding us of Art Nouveau's enchanting pulse.

Water Lilies II | Claude Monet

Claude Monet

A vanguard of French Impressionism, Monet painted with light and color, capturing moments in varying daily shades. From the serene 'Water Lilies' to the iconic 'Impression, Sunrise', his works are a heartfelt tribute to nature's fleeting beauty, resonating with us still.

Mushroom Forest Botanical | Ernst Haeckel

Ernst Haeckel

Ernst Haeckel: biologist, naturalist, and captivating artist. His art, rooted in the philosophy "Kunstformen der Natur" (Art Forms in Nature), reveals the intricate beauty of animals and marine life. His detailed and symmetrical works echo nature's rhythm, celebrating life's mesmerizing magic.

Lady with Fan | Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt

Gustav Klimt, an Austrian symbolist painter, melded symbolic, erotic, and allegorical themes in his unique style, enriched by intricate patterns and gold leaf. His iconic 'The Kiss' epitomizes his allure with the female form and ornate detailing. Klimt's influence persists in today's art world.

Henri-Edmond Cross (1856–1910), Two Women by the Shore, Mediterranean (1896)

Henri-Edmond Cross

Henri-Edmond Cross, a Neo-Impressionist icon, filled his work with luminous colors reflecting Mediterranean brilliance. Utilizing a distinct Pointillism technique, he coalesced into harmonious scenes. Cross's vibrant legacy inspires artists delving into color's potency.

Miyajima in the Mist | Kawase Hasui

Kawase Hasui

Kawase Hasui excelled in the ukiyo-e tradition and spearheaded the Shin-hanga movement. His woodblock prints showcasing seasons and climates, blend realism and nostalgia. Pieces like 'Snow at Zojoji Temple' highlight Hasui's skill in portraying serene atmospheres.

The Blue Vase | Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne transformed art, bridging 19th-century traditions to Art Nouveau and Cubism. Acclaimed for his inventive paint techniques like the 'constructive stroke', his masterpieces like 'The Basket of Apples' and 'Mont Sainte-Victoire' showcase his adeptness in portraying nature.

Mata mua (1892) | Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin

Paul Gauguin, a French Post-Impressionist, defied norms with his vivid colors, bold lines, and symbolic themes. From France's serene landscapes to Tahiti's exotic allure, his art narrates tales as multifaceted as life, evoking the splendor beyond the mundane.

Blessing of the Tuna Boats in Groix | Paul Signac

Paul Signac

Paul Signac, a French Neo-Impressionist, transformed landscapes with his radiant pointillist technique. Notably, with pieces like 'The Pine Tree at St. Tropez', he painted life's vibrant tapestry. Signac's works are a jubilant ode to color, leaving an indelible, colorful imprint on viewers.

Composition IV | Wassily Kandinski

Wassily Kandinsky

Wassily Kandinsky expressed emotions through color and form. Pieces like 'Composition VIII' are visual symphonies, resonating with art's spiritual core. Kandinsky's abstract landscapes invite an emotional voyage, and his influence still pulses through abstract art today.

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Two Crabs | Vincent Van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh presented the world with fervor and vibrant colors. His dynamic brushwork in masterpieces like 'The Starry Night' highlights beauty in simplicity, evoking deep emotions. Today, van Gogh's lasting influence resonates globally, touching art enthusiasts everywhere.

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Golden Lily by William Morris

William Morris

William Morris, an eminent English artist and leader in the Arts and Crafts movement, masterfully blended art, nature, and society. His exquisite craftsmanship turned ordinary objects into masterpieces. Emphasizing beauty and function, Morris reignited appreciation for detailed artistry.


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