Introduction to the course "Paint like Monet"
In 3 steps
1. Watch the video presentation of the course
2. Check out our benefits

Studying art history

In each video, we not only learn to paint, but also study the history of artists and their paintings.

Development of emotional intelligence

Course develops emotional intelligence through student work with feelings and examples from the artist's life.

Easy enrichment of language with new words

The child hears new words and sees how they are written - we display them on the screen during the video.

Free schedule

All activities are recorded. You are not tied to a schedule and work whenever you want. You can go through the same video several times.
3. See what we will learn
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, color mixing, brush strokes
Water lilies and Monet
In this video we will find out who the impressionists are, what the plein air is, paint a pond with water lilies, and find out why Monet was great
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, dry brush, sponge, colored pencils, painting a sheet
Food and Cezanne
In this tutorial, we will paint a still life and find out why Cezanne was considered a very persistent artist.
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, color mixing, short strokes, painting a sheet
Almonds and Van Gogh
In this tutorial, we will paint a flowering tree without using sketch and sketching, and we will learn the story of one of the most famous artists in the world.
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, sponge, strokes, colored pencils
Ballerina and Degas
In this video we will paint a ballerina, look into the workshop of Edgar Degas and learn the secrets of his work and love of ballet
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, collage, color mixing
Sky and Sisley
In this tutorial, we will color and then tear the paper and create a collage from it with the sky - the favourite hero of the artist Sisley
LEARNING TO USE: Gouache, Impression, Coloured Pencils
Flowers and Renoir
In this video we will paint a still life and find out how Renoir managed to make a living by painting at the age of 13
LEARNING TO USE: Gouache, Color Mixing, Sheet Blending, Sheet Painting
Sea and Manet
In this tutorial we will mix many shades of blue, paint the sea and the little people, as Edouard Manet did
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, palette knife, imprint, painting a sheet
House and Pissarro
In this video we will paint a house in a village and learn the story of an artist whose house burned down. This man was Camille Pissarro
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, color mixing, painting a sheet
Mom and Matisse
In this video we will paint a portrait of a loved one, find out who is called a "model" and what colours Matisse chose for paintings.
LEARNING TO USE: gouache, impression, colored pencils, marker
Tiger and Russo
This video is about a person who became an artist when he was already an adult. Henri Rousseau loved the jungle, and we will paint a tiger like him
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Do you have recorded videos? Or is it a live stream?
All lessons are recorded.

This allows you to be independent regarding schedule - study any time.

The second advantage is that you can go through the same lesson several times, like some of our students.
Can I buy one video? How much does it cost?
We sell the entire course in10 videos only. If you study twice a week, then the course is enough for a month of classes.
Is it possible to buy a course if I'm not 4, but 35?
Of course :) It happens that mothers connect and draw with their children. Therefore, we see no barriers :)
What can replace gouache with?
Watercolor. Watercolor paint is suitable for painting within the course. To successfully complete the lessons, make sure that the set of watercolours contains white or buy a separate jar of white gouache. Watercolor drawings will be lighter and more delicate, but if you use a lot of paints, they will be very similar to gouache paintings.

Acrylic paints. Acrylic paints are suitable for painting and they are simple and easy to work with to get a result similar to the video tutorial. After painting, it is better to rinse brushes and sponges well so that it is convenient to work with them next time. You can purchase a whole set or each paint separately. Each firm has a different name for its colours.
What kind of paper should you use?
If you are going to paint with acrylic paint and oil paint (you can choose the paint yourself), it is better to use synthetics or bristles.

Any thick paper is suitable for drawing. This can be watercolor paper or sketching paper. Sometimes we use printer paper.

Coloured paper will be needed for some lessons. It is better if it is not glossy, but matte.
What brushes are needed?
If you only have one brush, use that. If a student has different brushes of different sizes and different hardness, he will learn how to work with them in practice. You can start with the brush you have now and buy later.

If you are going to paint with acrylic paint and oil paint (you can choose the paint yourself), it is better to use synthetics or bristles.
Can you provide a list of all materials in advance?
  • Gouache paint, colours: blue, light blue, dark blue, ruby (dark red), yellow, dark yellow, light yellow, ocher (dark yellow), brown, black, white, emerald (dark green), light green.
  • Squirrel brush (pony, kolinsky) # 4-6
  • Stiff bristle or synthetic flat brush # 8-10
  • Round brush (no matter what hair of the brush) # 8-10
  • Black marker (can be used instead of black paint of choice)
  • Simple pencil
  • Coloured pencils (12 pieces)
  • Eraser
  • A3 or A4 sheets of watercolour or drawing paper (thick)
  • Coloured sheets (A3 or A4) for training
  • Ceramic palette (you can take a white plate)
  • Sponge for washing instruments
  • Palette knife "Sonnet" 1007 (you can take a metal nail file)
  • Napkin or rag
  • Jar for water
What should I do if I do not receive an email with a username and password?
The most common reason is that you entered your email address incorrectly. If you paid for the course and did not get access, write to and we will help you within 24 hours.
How long is access open?
Access to the course opens forever, without time limits.