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Coloring Book - Gustav Klimt

This coloring book features twenty-two of Gustav Klimt's artworks, shown as small pictures on the inside front and back covers. When you color in the line drawings, you could copy the originals, or you might prefer to create your own color combinations. We've left the last page of this coloring book blank so that you can draw and color 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?

- Soft cover book with staple binding
- 48 pages with 22 images to color
- Size: 8 1/2 inches x 11 inches
- Item #:  978-0764955341

Includes these images:
- Design for the Stoclet frieze, Brussels, Belgium
- Lady with Hat and Feather Boa, 1909
- Music, 1895
- Adele Bloch-Bauer II, c. 1912
- Unterach Manor on the Attersee Lake, Austria (detail), 1915-1916
- Eugenia Primavesi, 1913-1914
- Sunflowers (detail), 1912
- Woman with Fan (detail), 1917-1918
- Garden Path with Hens (detail), 1916
- Design for the Stoclet frieze, Brussels, Belgium
- Emilie Flöge (detail), 1902
- The Kiss (detail), 1907-1908
- Church in Unterach on the Attersee, 1916
- Fritza Riedler (detail), 1906
- Elisabeth Bachofen-Echt, 1914-1916
- Design for the Stoclet frieze (detail), Brussels, Belgium
- Life Is a Struggle or The Golden Knight (detail), 1903
- Friederike Maria Beer, 1916
- Design for the Stoclet frieze (detail), Brussels, Belgium
- Johanna Staude (unfinished), 1917-1918
- Malcesine on Lake Garda (detail), 1916
- Design for the Stoclet frieze (detail), Brussels, Belgium

During his lifetime, Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 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: 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 colorful patterns and dazzling details.