A Work of Art
With Belair - A World of Display you can show your pupils their work is valued and respected by displaying it attractively in the classroom and around the school. A Work of Art takes inspiration from the work of famous artists!
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Argenteuil black paper blue paper Botticelli Bridgeman Art Library Brueghel brushes cardboard circle Claude Monet collage colour mixing colour wheel coloured paper complementary colours Cover crayon create crepe paper dabs David Hockney Decorate display Draw a dot Draw and cut edge example face felt-tip pens figures flowers Fold the surplus frame fresco Giotto Gogh Hokusai ideas inspired Japanese landscape Leave to dry loggia Look magazines Mary Cassatt Materials Michael Peake Millais Monet Mt Fuji objects orange paintbrushes painted pictures painter palette paper for background paper Paint pastels Paul Klee pencil photocopy photograph Picasso piece of paper pink pipe-cleaners portrait primary colour purple red paint Rene Magritte scene Scissors and glue Scraps Seurat shapes sheets Simone Martini Spread glue strong glue technique Thick paint thin tissue paper Vincent van Gogh Vinci watercolour waterfall waterlilies white paper yellow