9780764979477-0764979477-Vincent van Gogh: Coloring Book

Vincent van Gogh: Coloring Book

ISBN-13: 9780764979477
ISBN-10: 0764979477
Author: Pomegranate
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Pomegranate
Format: Paperback 48 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780764979477
ISBN-10: 0764979477
Author: Pomegranate
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Pomegranate
Format: Paperback 48 pages

Summary

Acknowledged author Pomegranate wrote Vincent van Gogh: Coloring Book comprising 48 pages back in 2017. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0764979477 and 9780764979477. Since then Vincent van Gogh: Coloring Book textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

Description

21 artworks to color, the originals are shown on the inside covers

All coloring pages are blank on the back, so you can cut out and frame each of your creations

Read about Vincent van Gogh in the introduction

Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853-1890) is often considered a tragic figure, yet he could be delightfully amusing. Writing to his sister Willemina from Provence, the artist offered a self-portrait in prose: "My complexion has changed from green-greyish-pink to greyish-orange . . . and I am always very dusty, always more bristlingly loaded like a porcupine, with sticks, painter's easel, canvases and further merchandise. Only the green eyes have remained the same." One can just picture the man-porcupine trundling along a country road, on his way to paint a sunny harvest landscape. Though he spent it in poverty and poor health, that first summer in the south of France may have been the happiest period in a life often disrupted by anxiety and disappointment. Two years later, this extraordinary man was laid to rest in Auvers-sur-Oise, a village northwest of Paris.

On the inside front and back covers of this coloring book you'll find twenty-one reproductions of Van Gogh's paintings. When you color in the line drawings, you might want to copy colors from the original works, or you might decide to use a color scheme all your own.

We've left the last two pages of this book blank in case you, like Van Gogh, might be inspired to draw and color your own vase full of flowers, a starlit sky seen from your window, or a portrait of someone you hold dear.

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