Color Your Own Still Life Paintings

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Thirty compositions, skillfully rendered in black-and-white, give would-be artists of all ages a chance to re-create — or even transform — lovely fruit and floral arrangements. Illustrations based on works by major artists of the past five centuries include paintings by Pissarro, Renoir, van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne, Rousseau, Matisse, and other masters. Captions identify the artists and works. 
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Overview


Thirty compositions, skillfully rendered in black-and-white, give would-be artists of all ages a chance to re-create — or even transform — lovely fruit and floral arrangements. Illustrations based on works by major artists of the past five centuries include paintings by Pissarro, Renoir, van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne, Rousseau, Matisse, and other masters. Captions identify the artists and works. 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486436272
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 9/8/2005
  • Series: Dover Art Coloring Book Series
  • Pages: 32
  • Sales rank: 796,941
  • Age range: 9 years
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Table of Contents

Jacob Van Hulsdonck. Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Pomegranate, 1620.
Giovanna Garzoni. Cherries in a Dish, a Pod, and a Bumblebee, 1600s.
Giovanna Garzoni. Plums in a Dish with Jasmine and Walnuts, 1600s.
Luis Egidio Meléndez. Still Life with Melon and Pears, 1772.
John Johnston. Still Life, 1810.
Margaretta Angelica Peale. Still Life with Watermelon and Peaches, 1828.
James Peale. Still Life with Watermelon, 1829.
Henri Fantin-Latour. Flowers and Fruit on a Table, 1865.
Robert Spear Dunning. Still Life with Fruit, 1868.
Camille Pissarro. Still Life with Apples and Pitcher, 1872.
Camille Pissarro. Still Life: Apples and Pears in a Round Basket, 1872.
Claude Monet. Still Life with Melon, 1872.
William Mason Brown. Cherries and Flowers, 1873.
Alfred Sisley. Grapes and Walnuts on a Table, 1876.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Onions, 1881.
Gustave Caillebotte. Fruit Displayed on a Stand, ca. 1881-82.
William John McCloskey. Lemons, ca. 1890.
Vincent van Gogh. Still Life: Basket of Apples, 1887.
Vincent van Gogh. Still Life: Drawing Board, Pipe, Onions and Sealing-Wax, 1889.
Paul Gauguin. Still Life with Peaches, ca. 1889.
Paul Gauguin. Still Life with Apples, Pear, and a Ceramic Portrait Jug, 1889.
Levi Wells Prentice. Apples in a Tin Pail, 1892.
Paul Cézanne. Ginger Jar and Fruit, 1895.
Paul Cézanne. The Kitchen Table, 1888-90.
Paul Cézanne. Sugarpot, Pears and Tablecloth, 1893-94.
Victoria Dubourg. The Corner of the Table, 1901.
Henri Rousseau. Still Life with Coffeepot, 1906-07.
Patrick Henry Bruce. Still Life with Statuette, 1912.
Henri Matisse. Still Life with Oranges, 1912.
Diego Rivera. The Watermelons, 1957.
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