Which painting should I do?

At Inglis Academy we are in the business of developing art literacy through the development of a painting repertoire.

We use the same overall process for all of our paintings. That is the genius of the system. In fact some students have done the same paintings more than once, I personally paint each one at least four times before adding it to the course.

Of course each painting has different blends of colour mixing, brush technique, compositional and tonal analysis and much more. That is why I have created this syllabus, to give a balanced path to mastery.

The Masterwork series is organised into four streams.

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

You can join any of the classes. Process and technique is more important than the subject.

You will finish a painting in the lesson and learn the processes and techniques used by the masters of Western Art.

The processes are documented in our publications,start with the latest:

Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875 - a syllabus book from Inglis Academy
Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875.