Pieces of artwork based on Muppet characters created by human and Muppet characters in various Muppet productions.
Various portraits of Bert and Ernie have hung in their apartment over the years.
Ernie paints a portrait of Bert, depicting him with shaggy hair, a beard and glasses. Ernie corrects his painting by adding the features to Bert himself.
|The Muppet Show episode 115|
In the musical number "Look at That Face," various Muppets (including Gonzo, Miss Piggy, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Mildred and two Frackles) paint Candice Bergen as part of an art class. They, however, paint themselves in her pose.
|The Muppet Movie|
Max paints Kermit the Frog's likeness on one of Doc Hopper's Frog Legs billboards.
|Sesame Street Magazine|
A photo in the June 1981 issue features Grover painting a self-portrait in a spoof of Norman Rockwell's Triple Self-Portrait.
Some finger paintings of Grover are hung a classroom in the song "Muppets Rhyme in School."
|Sesame Street episode 2275|
The Count incorporates himself in a painting of his for a game.
|Muppet Babies "Beauty and the Schnoz"|
The babies are spending time painting. Skeeter paints Baby Scooter, Baby Rowlf paints Baby Gonzo, Scooter paints Baby Kermit and Gonzo paints all his friends in an abstract approach.
|Museum of Monster Art|
In another Rockwell spoof, Ernie paints his own self-portrait.
|Me Gusta Ser Yo|
Pablo Bigotasso paints Pancho, Lola and Daniela's feet while they pretend to ride bicycles.
Ernie is painting a portrait of Bert, but he paints Bert with pink curly hair, glasses and a beard. When Bert gets angry about this, Ernie pulls him behind the easel and puts pink curly hair, glasses and a beard on Bert. Afterwards a chicken comes by and admires the painting, saying that Ernie painted a great likeness.
|Sesame Street episode 4309|
Murray Monster demonstrates the word "Proud" in the "What's the Word on the Street?" opening by painting a picture of himself and Ovejita.
A painting of Miss Piggy hangs in Kermit's house.
A painting of the Great Gonzo hangs in Kermit's house.
A painting of Fozzie Bear hangs in Kermit's house.
A painting of Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem hangs in Kermit's house.
A painting of the Swedish Chef hangs in Kermit's house.
|Sesame Street episode 4316
Sand painter Joe Mangrum creates a sidewalk sand-painting of Murray and Ovejita.
Ernie makes a clay sculpture of Bert, but it lacks an important part - his nose. Ernie borrows Bert's.
Big Bird uses various objects in his nest area to make a statue of himself, which he titles "ME."
|The Muppet Show episode 406|
The Swedish Chef sculpts a likeness of Kermit the Frog out of chopped liver.
Oscar the Grouch plans to evict Hiroshi from the garage unless he pays him the trash he owes. Hiroshi doesn't have any trash, as he has used it to make a garbage-likeness of Oscar.
|Sesame Street "Global Grover"|
Grover and his donkey Roberto return from Mexico with clay. Grover makes a lump, calling it Potato. Roberto sculpts Grover in Auguste Rodin's The Thinker pose.
|Plaza Sésamo episode 862|
Pancho unveils a statue made in his image, which his friends mistake for the real monster.
|Sesame Street "Murray Has a Little Lamb"|
At Art School, Ovejita makes a clay sculpture of Murray, who wonders who it's supposed to be.
|Sesame Street episode 4325|
Murray makes a sculpture of himself using various objects in the "What's the Word on the Street?" introduction.
Chalkboard doodles of Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch are seen in the classroom of Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School.
|Fraggle Rock "Let the Water Run"|
Wembley draws a poster of Red to help promote her water show.
|Sesame Street episode 2727|
Elmo initially starts to draw a picture of Big Bird, but due to his limited art skills and supplies, it ends up looking like Oscar the Grouch. Elmo presents it to him as a gift, crumpling it up to make it more to his liking.
|Sesame Street episode 3410|
Baby Bear draws a picture of Elmo.
Big Bird draws pictures during his quiet time, including one of himself with Telly Monster, and Zoe.
|Elmo's World: Drawing|
Elmo displays a drawing he made of his parents, Mae and Louie.
In two installments of "Ernie's Show and Tell," a girl named Sydney shows Ernie two drawings she's made of her family. The first one includes Ernie and Elmo. The second features Ernie going down a slide.
|Sesame Street episode 3977|
Baby Bear draws an picture of his family (and Goldilocks) and the effect the hurricane had on them. Later in the episode, Big Bird draws a picture of himself in his nest.
Ernie draws a picture of Bert, but with two noses. Ernie becomes sad, as he thinks Bert doesn't like his picture. Bert overlooks the noses and claims he likes Ernie's picture very much, so Ernie gives Bert his Picasso-esque picture of Bert with seven uni brows.
|Plaza Sésamo episode 0982|
Abelardo, missing his cousin, is told by Don Boni to write a letter. Abelardo instead uses images, including one of Big Bird. Soon after, a similar letter is sent by Big Bird back, featuring drawings of himself and Abelardo.
|Elmo Loves You|
Elmo draws himself on a special card he's making for a loved one.
Instances of Muppets making works of art of their human co-stars.
|Sesame Street episode 1037|
Big Bird draws a picture of his grown-up friends, Luis, David, Susan, Buffy and Sheldon. He later adds baby Cody to it.
|Sesame Street episode 1839|
Big Bird makes drawings of all his adult friends, including Maria, Luis, Bob, Susan, David, Olivia, Gordon and infamously Mr. Hooper.
|Sesame Street episode 3410|
Baby Bear draws a portrait of Bob holding a Z, the letter of the day.
|Plaza Sésamo episode 0845|
Pablo Bigotasso tries to paint Adal Ramones and the result becomes the Mona Lisa with Adal's face.