Masterwork Painting Repertoire

Browse the list of paintings, click the links for more information, and then Book a time.. We have a range of Art Lesson Packages too.

Regular sessions are Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at 12 (bookings essential), or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (minimum 4 people).

The Masterwork series is organised into four streams.

  1. Van Gogh - Language of Line
  2. Cezanne - Essential Shapes of Everything
  3. Monet - Language of Nature
  4. Aussie Landscapes - Use the techniques of Van Gogh, Cezanne and Monet to paint Australian landscapes.

1: Van Gogh

The Language of Line

Van Gogh: Starry Night
Van Gogh: Starry Night

Van Gogh: Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889
Van Gogh: Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889

Van Gogh: Sunflowers version 1
Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' version 1

Van Gogh: Sunflowers version 3
Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' version 3 . I advise you to paint Sunflowers version 1 first.

2: Cezanne

The Essential Shapes of Everything

Cezanne said "... with an apple I will astonish Paris".

And he did. But it's difficult for the modern eye to see why, because his innovations became intrinsic to the language of western art in the 20th century.

In these paintings we will explore Cezanne's compelling and powerful style.

Cezanne: Apples, 1878
Cezanne: Apples, 1878

Cezanne: Still life with Fruit Dish, 1880
Cezanne: Still life with Fruit Dish, 1880

Cezanne: Still Life with Apples,1890
Cezanne: Still Life with Apples,1890

Cezanne: Still life with a jug and fruit, 1890
Cezanne: Still life with a jug and fruit, 1890

Cezanne: Still life with a jug and fruit, 1893
Cezanne: Still life with a jug and fruit, 1893

Cezanne's "Still Life with a Curtain" from 1895.
Cezanne: Still Life with a Curtain, 1895

Cezanne's Still Life with Open Drawer, 1877
Still Life with Open Drawer, 1877

Cezanne's "Still Life with a plate of Peaches" from 1900.
Cezanne: Still Life with a plate of Peaches, 1900

3: Monet

The Language of Nature

Monet's body of work covers all subjects from portraiture, to landscapes, seascapes, gardens and still life. By recreating his paintings from the inside out we develop a powerful tool kit for all our painting activities.

Monet: Japanese Bridge, 1899
Monet: Japanese Bridge, 1899

Monet: Japanese Bridge no.2, 1899
Monet: Japanese bridge no.2, 1899

Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875
Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875

Monet: Poppy field near Argenteuil, 1873
Monet: Poppy field near Argenteuil, 1873

Monet: Waterlilies, 1906, No.1
Monet: Waterlilies, 1906, No.1

 Monet: 'Adolphe Monet reading in the Garden, 1866'
Monet: Adolphe Monet reading in the Garden, 1866

Monet: Boats at Argentuil
Monet: Boats at Argenteuil

Monet: Garden in Bloom at Sainte-Addresse, 1866
Monet: Garden in Bloom at Sainte-Addresse, 1866

 Monet's 'Jeanne Marguerite Lecadre in the Garden, 1866'
Monet: Jeanne Marguerite Lecadre in the Garden, 1866

Monet: Lane in the Poppy Fields at Ile Saint Martin,1880
Monet: Lane in the Poppy Fields at Ile Saint Martin,1880

Monet: Water Lilies with Weeping Willows, 1916
Monet: Water Lilies, 1916 -

4: Aussie Landscapes

Use the techniques of Van Gogh, Cezanne and Monet to paint scenes from Sydney and around Australia.

Centennial Park in Autumn
Centennial Park in Autumn

Sunset in the park
Sunset in the park - Features: Simplify a photo to create a more dramatic painting.

Pentecost River Crossing, the Kimberleys
Pentecost River Crossing, the Kimberleys - Apply the techniques of Monet to painting the Australian Outback.

Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands

Three Sisters, Blue Mountains
Three Sisters, Blue Mountains

Toukley Beach, Central Coast, NSW
Toukley Beach, Central Coast, NSW

Sydney Opera House - a jewel in the night
Sydney Opera House - a jewel in the night

Dee Why Beach, Sydney
Dee Why Beach, Sydney

Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney
Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney

Dee Why Beach South, Sydney
Dee Why Beach South

Mt Wilson: Bebeah: The Path
Mt Wilson: Bebeah: The Path

Peaceful Stream, The Everglades, Leura
Peaceful Stream, The Everglades, Leura - Learn how to make a beautiful painting from a rather plain photograph of a scene.

Ball's Head Bay, Waverton
Ball's Head Bay, Waverton


Paintings by the students. Notice that they are all different, yet all recognisably the same scene, and in the same style.
Monet paintings by students. Notice that they are all different, yet all recognisably the same scene - the Japanese Bridge, and both are in the style of Monet.

Paintings by the students. Notice that they are all different, yet all recognisably the same scene, and in the same style.
Another happy class with their finished paintings, completed in just one session at Inglis Academy's "Paint a Masterwork".

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