Japanese Footbridge (Paint by Number Museum Series)

Japanese Footbridge (Paint by Number Museum Series)

# 063599

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Item #: 063599
Grades: 3-AD

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Our guided art activities with whimsical graphics are printed separate from canvases to allow young artists to follow the guide or color in their own unique way.

Follow the guides to recreate the Japanese Footbridge by Claude Monet. Illustrated instructions and online tutorial teach young artists techniques used by the masters when creating their works of art.

Set includes a 6" x 8" canvas, pop up easel, brush, 6 acrylic paint colors and hang tab. Ages: 8+

Category Description for Paint by Number Museum Series:

Create your own mini work of art! These 6" x 8" canvases are pre-printed with lines as well as some of the bold, dark blue areas and come with a numbered color map, brush, pop-up easel, hang tab, and six colors of acrylic paint as well as an online tutorial to teach you the techniques of the masters. Paint colors are pretty vibrant, so if you're going for complete accuracy, you may want to supplement your own. However, the bright tones give it a really fun feel and help to create something truly unique. A great gift for the art enthusiast, or a supplemental activity for art or history. - Laura




Primary Subject
Art/Crafts
Grade Start
3
Grade End
AD
EAN
092633303467
Format
Other
Brand Name
Faber-Castell
Weight
0.4 (lbs.)
Dimensions
8.0" x 8.0" x 1.0"
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Jennifer K on Dec 5, 2020
I like the colors.
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Jennifer K on Dec 5, 2020
chose to add these to a gift basket for workers staying at home
lafonda p on Oct 1, 2020
I like the colors.
Mitzi H on Jul 23, 2020
For my kids to do while we do an Asia Unit Study.
Melissa G on May 12, 2020
gift for my students. We are studying Art History
Margaret D on Dec 7, 2018
We are incorporating more art into our school days. They looked like the perfect addition to our art supplies, etc.
User on Sep 11, 2016
chose to add these to a gift basket for workers staying at home
lafonda p on Oct 1, 2020
For my kids to do while we do an Asia Unit Study.
Melissa G on May 12, 2020
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