Crayon Challenge: Monet’s Haystacks

This week I’ve decided to institute a monthly challenge that I’m calling The Crayon Challenge. I will reproduce a famous work of art using only white paper and a box of 64 Crayola crayons. Of course, I will then include instructions for you to reproduce the same work of art at home.

Monet, Claude. Haystacks, End of Summer, (Morning Effect). 1891. Oil on canvas, 60.5 cm x 100.8 cm. Musée d’Orsay, Paris, France. [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.

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Sound like fun? I thought so.

One of Lucy’s classes tried it and loved it! And they did such a good job that I’ve posted their drawings here too.

The first Crayon Challenge is Claude Monet’s Haystacks, End of Summer (Morning Effect).

Crayola box of 64 with crayons and drawing of Monet's Haystack

What You Need

and (drum roll please)
a piece of white paper and…
some nice downloadable instructions.

Monet’s Haystack Instructions

 

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