Decorative Arts Patterns to Colour is a sophisticated colouring book suitable for older children and adults, featuring historically accurate designs from the Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Arts and Crafts periods.
Explore the art and history of the Arts and Crafts era by colouring designs taken from wallpapers and fabrics, stained glass windows, ceramics, book illuminations, glassware and jewellery. Featuring designs by William Morris, Edward Burne-Jones, Charles Rennie Macintosh and other leading Arts and Crafts artists.
Explore the beautiful, flowing, organic designs of the Art Nouveau era. Patterns are taken from some of the most popular items of the time, including glassware, ceramics, jewellery, tiles and furniture. Lots of snippets of information allow readers to discover more about the decorative arts produced around the turn of the nineteenth century, including the work of famous designers, such as Macintosh, Tiffany and Lalique.
Explore the glamorous and fashionable Art Deco era in this gorgeous book full of stylish patterns to colour. It includes information about 1920s design and the colour palette of the time, from day-to-day objects like tea sets, to high fashion and groundbreaking architecture. Pictures to colour include advertisements from the deco period, the first skyscraper and a fashion show.
A unique and desirable book for design-lovers of all ages.