Interested in a free coloring page of an art masterpiece to supplement your next art lesson? Here is a list of 11 coloring pages that your can use with your students. Not only are they wonderful resources with which to expose students to great art, but to allow students to see how the artist used color to lead the viewers eye to certain areas of the work.

Free Coloring Pages

Composition with Blue, Red and Yellow by Piet Mondrian | Free Coloring Page

Three Musicians by Pablo Picasso | Free Coloring Page

Girl with a Watering Can by Pierre-August Renoir

Woman with a Hat by Henri Matisse | Free Coloring Page

A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by George Seurat | Free Coloring Page

Picasso Self Portrait (1907) by Pablo Picasso | Free Coloring Page

The Starry Night by Vincent van Gogh | Free Coloring Page

Girl with a Pearl Earring by Jan Vermeer | Free Coloring Page

Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci | Free Coloring Page

Lobster Trap by Alexander Calder | Free Coloring Page

The Dance Class by Edgar Degas


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Interested in learning about artist French Impressionist artist Edgar Degas (1834-1917)?

The “Paint the Greats” projects from introduce the art of the great artists to kids in a fun way. Following a step-by-step approach, kids will learn watercolor painting techniques as they create a masterpiece of their own, based on the work of Edgar Degas.

Ballerina (Degas) | “Learn to Watercolor” Project


About the Artist
Edgar Degas was born in Paris France on July 19, 1834 to Célestine Musson De Gas and Augustin De Gas who was a banker. He was the oldest of five children. Degas began to paint as a young boy. By the time he turned eighteen, he had turned his bedroom into an artist’s studio. Soon after that, he registered to be an art copyist at the Louvre museum in Paris. Read more…

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