Gustav Klimt (Art Colouring Book)

Make Your Own Art Masterpiece

Author: Flame Tree Studio

Publisher: Colouring Books

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Category: Games

Page: 96

View: 359

Gustav Klimt's Art Nouveau sensibility, and his famous masterpieces are amongst the many wonders of the art world. His powerful strokes, and intimate, emotional artworks were a sensation in early 20th century Vienna. Now you can create your own version of Klimt's stunning work, then frame, send as a gift, or simply admire your own expert handiwork.

Klimt the Kiss a Grayscale Coloring Book for Adults Art Book 2

Judith Painting Artwork of Gustav Klimt - Beautiful Journal and Write Notebook of Art Nouveau Impressionist Fine Art Artist for Calming Down Anxiety and Stress Relief Therapy

Author: Jc Strikeland

Publisher:

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Page: 106

View: 475

A Coloring Book and Lined Journal for Relaxation and Stress Relief Featuring the Paintings of Gustav Klimt Re-create and re-imagine using your own colors the greatest masterworks of our time Feel the rhythm of every stroke, every emotion and every love that our greatest artists put into their paintings ★★★★ FEATURING ★★★★ ♥♥ The best paintings of Gustav Klimt ♥♥ A balanced grayscale color to give you the best blendings and shadings ♥♥ A test page wherein you can test how your colors and shadings will blend so that you will not waste a picture page ♥♥ Printed on one sided page so that you will not mess your masterpiece on the other page ♥♥ Write all your thoughts, ideas or anything you feel like writing on the reverse side of the page ★★★ FOR YOUR SATISFACTION ★★★ ♥ It is highly recommended to put a sheet of cardstock or any thick paper in between pages to avoid bleed through and indentations on the succeeding page ♥ Use can use colored pencils, pens, pastels, chalk or simple crayons to color the beautiful paintings ♥ If you want to use markers or gel pens, the ink will bleed through the other page and the lined page might not be usable ♥ It's best not to use watercolor brush pens in order to avoid the pages to wrinkle due to water ♥ Have fun, relax and let your imagination flow This is a series of grayscale coloring art book, please search for "JC Strikeland" to own the complete coloring book series

Gustav Klimt Coloring Book (CB126)

Author: Gustav Klimt

Publisher: Pomegranate Communications

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Colouring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed. During his lifetime, Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was said to have created the most beautiful painting in the world. Not all critics agreed with that opinion, but one thing is certain: Gustav Klimt displayed great flair for originality in the numerous sketches and paintings he created. Whether his subjects were buildings, chickens, or people, Klimt made each image unique and striking- often by including colourful patterns and dazzling details. You will find twenty-two of Gustav Klimt's artworks in this coluoring book. They are shown as small pictures on the inside front and back covers. When you colour in the line drawings, you could copy the originals, or you might prefer to create your own colour combinations. We've left the last page of this colouring book blank so that you can draw and colour a picture of your own. Will it be a portrait, a landscape, a picture of your house and family, or something wholly from your imagination? Each illustration is reproduced in a small, colour version of the original artwork and as a full-page black line drawing.

Klimt the Kiss a Grayscale Coloring Book for Adults Art Book 1

Art Nouveau Paintings of Gustav Klimt - Beautiful Journal and Write Notebook with Famous Impressionist Fine Art Drawings for Relaxation Meditation and Recovery Artist Edition

Author: Jc Strikeland

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 106

View: 917

A Coloring Book and Lined Journal for Relaxation and Stress Relief Featuring the Paintings of Gustav Klimt Re-create and re-imagine using your own colors the greatest masterworks of our time Feel the rhythm of every stroke, every emotion and every love that our greatest artists put into their paintings ★★★★ FEATURING ★★★★ ♥♥ The best paintings of Gustav Klimt ♥♥ A balanced grayscale color to give you the best blendings and shadings ♥♥ A test page wherein you can test how your colors and shadings will blend so that you will not waste a picture page ♥♥ Printed on one sided page so that you will not mess your masterpiece on the other page ♥♥ Write all your thoughts, ideas or anything you feel like writing on the reverse side of the page ★★★ FOR YOUR SATISFACTION ★★★ ♥ It is highly recommended to put a sheet of cardstock or any thick paper in between pages to avoid bleed through and indentations on the succeeding page ♥ Use can use colored pencils, pens, pastels, chalk or simple crayons to color the beautiful paintings ♥ If you want to use markers or gel pens, the ink will bleed through the other page and the lined page might not be usable ♥ It's best not to use watercolor brush pens in order to avoid the pages to wrinkle due to water ♥ Have fun, relax and let your imagination flow This is a series of grayscale coloring art book, please search for "JC Strikeland" to own the complete coloring book series

Gustav Klimt Grayscale Adult Coloring Book

Art Nouveau Adult Relaxation Stress Relief

Author: Susan St. James

Publisher:

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Page: 134

View: 546

Gustav Klimt is a Austrian painter well known for his paintings, sketches, and murals. His most famous painting is Adele, The Woman in Gold which is depicted on the cover of this coloring book. There are 65 of his artworks made into grayscale images for your enjoyment to color and to bring each of these images back to life through your artistic coloring. This coloring book will bring hours of coloring and stress relief to your life.

Color Your Own Klimt

Author: The Belvedere

Publisher: Harper Design

ISBN:

Category: Games

Page: 48

View: 653

Color your favorite painting by Gustav Klimt in this dazzling coloring book in the Color Your Own classic art series. One of the most popular painters of the modern period, Austrian Gustav Klimt created dozens of murals, portraits, and landscapes. Two of his most famous paintings, the iconic The Kiss and The Woman in Gold (also known as Adele Bloch-Bauer I), demonstrate his breathtaking skill with gold leaf. Now, fans can color these and other favorite Klimt artworks with Color Your Own Klimt. Produced in conjunction with The Belvedere museum in Vienna, Austria, which houses the world’s largest collection of oil paintings by the artist, Color Your Own Klimt includes Adam and Eve, Lady with Fan, Judith, and many other works, reproduced in exquisitely detailed black-and-white line art. Because the pages are printed on a heavy paper stock, coloring enthusiasts can use any ordinary medium—paints, color pencils, crayons, markers—to create their own works of art, and a handy index of the original paintings helps them color true to life.

Art Masterclass with Gustav Klimt

Author: Lucy Brownridge

Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 515

Learn to make art like the masters with art masterclass! In each book, undertake 12 lessons including drawing, coloring, and sketching activities that are designed to show you how the artist worked. Like Klimt, you'll use collage to make portraits, create patterns to illustrate your art, and learn how to show the expressions of people in your pictures with a pencil. Then you can use everything you’ve learnt to create your masterpiece on the pull-out poster at the back using the sticker sheet.

Gustav Klimt

Author: Jane Rogoyska

Publisher: Parkstone International

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 200

View: 661

“I am not interested in myself as a subject for painting, but in others, particularly women...”Beautiful, sensuous and above all erotic, Gustav Klimt’s paintings speak of a world of opulence and leisure, which seems aeons away from the harsh, post-modern environment we live in now. The subjects he treats – allegories, portraits, landscapes and erotic figures – contain virtually no reference to external events, but strive rather to create a world where beauty, above everything else, is dominant. His use of colour and pattern was profoundly influenced by the art of Japan, ancient Egypt, and Byzantium. Ravenne, the flat, two-dimensional perspective of his paintings, and the frequently stylised quality of his images form an oeuvre imbued with a profound sensuality and one where the figure of woman, above all, reigns supreme. Klimt’s very first works brought him success at an unusually young age. Gustav, born in 1862, obtained a state grant to study at Kunstgewerbeschule (the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts) at the age of fourteen. His talents as a draughtsman and painter were quickly noticed, and in 1879 he formed the Künstlercompagnie (Artists’ Company) with his brother Ernst and another student, Franz Matsch. The latter part of the nineteenth century was a period of great architectural activity in Vienna. In 1857, the Emperor Franz Joseph had ordered the destruction of the fortifications that had surrounded the medieval city centre. The Ringstrasse was the result, a budding new district with magnificent buildings and beautiful parks, all paid for by public expenses. Therefore the young Klimt and his partners had ample opportunities to show off their talents, and they received early commissions to contribute to the decorations for the pageant organised to celebrate the silver wedding anniversary of the Emperor Franz Joseph and the Empress Elisabeth. In 1894, Matsch moved out of their communal studio, and in 1897 Klimt, together with his closest friends, resigned from the Künstlerhausgenossenschaft (the Cooperative Society of Austrian Artists) to form a new movement known as the Secession, of which he was immediately elected president. The Secession was a great success, holding both a first and second exhibition in 1898. The movement made enough money to commission its very own building, designed for it by the architect Joseph Maria Olbrich. Above the entrance was its motto: “To each age its art, to art its freedom.” From around 1897 onward, Klimt spent almost every summer on the Attersee with the Flöge family. These were periods of peace and tranquillity in which he produced the landscape paintings constituting almost a quarter of his entire oeuvre. Klimt made sketches for virtually everything he did. Sometimes there were over a hundred drawings for one painting, each showing a different detail – a piece of clothing or jewellery, or a simple gesture. Just how exceptional Gustav Klimt was is perhaps reflected in the fact that he had no predecessors and no real followers. He admired Rodin and Whistler without slavishly copying them, and was admired in turn by the younger Viennese painters Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, both of whom were greatly influenced by Klimt.

Gustav Klimt

Coloring Pages for Kids and Kids at Heart

Author: Hands-On Art History

Publisher: Hands-On Art History

ISBN:

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 58

View: 533

Color your own masterpiece! Gustav Klimt was one of the most famous painters of the modern era, known for his richly ornamented portraits of women and the use of gold leaf. Now, kids of all ages will enjoy coloring Klimt's most famous pictures. Includes 25 coloring pages, a brief biography, and a reference list of works identified by title, date, and collection.

Gustav Klimt

A Critical Reappraisal

Author: Dani Cavallaro

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 195

View: 945

 Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt (1862–1918) expressed in his work a fascination with the liminal worlds that underpin his figures and landscapes. His art echoes different styles and traditions yet he has no obvious predecessors or disciples. Offering a critical reappraisal of Klimt, the author explores the threshold universe depicted in a wide range of works from all phases of his prolific career, complemented with references to his correspondence.