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Color Your Own Abstract Art Masterpieces

by Dover


This exciting coloring book contains meticulously rendered black-and-white line drawings of 29 of the greatest abstract art masterpieces of the 20th century. Now you can create your own versions of such works as Stuart Davis' "Hot Still-Scape for Six Colors - Seventh Avenue Style", Ad Reinhardt's "Number 30", Frank Stella's "Lac Laronge III", Helen Frankenthaler's "Indian Summer", and more. These illustrations offer colorists a wonderful opportunity to explore the ideal and techniques of a host of celebrated painters. Follow the original color schemes as shown on the covers, or let your imagination run free and vary the colors the suit your own creativity. Paperback, 32 pages.
ISBN:486408000. DOVER


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Patricia H. from Dallas, TX says:

The Dover design coloring books are favorites of all my grandchildren (ages 4 - 9). I send them new ones at least twice a year. These abstract designs allow them to really create their own color schemes....[more]

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Rated by: Patricia H. in Dallas, TX
The Dover design coloring books are favorites of all my grandchildren (ages 4 - 9). I send them new ones at least twice a year. These abstract designs allow them to really create their own color schemes. I always order one for each of them so that they don't have to choose which design - they have a whole book full!
Rated by: Amy B. in Atlanta, GA
Dover's Color Your Own Abstract Art Masterpieces allows you to enjoy experimenting with color. Any Abstract enthusiast will have hours of fun and take pride in thier finished product. The only thing I would change is the paper could be thicker.

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