Art Deco Designs Stained Glass Colouring Book

Art Deco Designs Stained Glass Colouring Book

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By (author) Marty Noble

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  • Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
  • Format: Paperback | 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 201mm x 267mm x 0mm | 113g
  • Publication date: 13 January 2007
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0486448142
  • ISBN 13: 9780486448145
  • Illustrations note: 16 line illustrations
  • Sales rank: 44,375

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Sharp, smart, dazzling Art Deco designs literally shine through a striking mix of stained glass pictures. Sixteen ornate full-page illustrations include people, buildings, abstracts, and ironwork. Hold the colored pages up to the light and watch them come to brilliant life!

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1. Design for the film "Der Frauen-Konig" by J. Fenneker2. Design for a print "Chwala's Druck" by Julius Klinger3. "Chimere" beaded silk evening gown; French; by Jeanne Paquin4. Center Design - fashion illustration by Fromenti  Background - pattern from a book by Thomas and Darcy5. Interior gate of patinated and gilt wrought ironwork by Edgar Brandt6. Deco Collage - elements from iron work and graphic design7. Border - grillwork for an apartment building by Jean Schwartz  Central Design- repeat pattern for stained glass window8. Flamingo - detail, magazine illustration9. Poster Design for Windsor Square / Los Angeles by J. Asanger10. Detail from fabric design by Maurice Dufrene11. Detail from ironwork radiator cover by Edouard Schenck12. Fireplace screen by Edgar Brandt13. Fireplace screen by Marcel Bergue14. Door from Pavilion of the "La Stele"15. Detail from a stained glass window by Japp Gidding16. Stained glass window for a restaurant by J. Gaudin after a design by Elesz Kiervicz