Designs from the Vienna Workshop Colouring Book

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  • Soft cover book with staple binding
  • 48 pages with 22 images to colour
  • Size: 8½ x 11 in.
  • Colouring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed.

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Designs from the Vienna Workshop Colouring Book for All Ages

One hundred years ago, the Vienna Workshop was a booming artists’ cooperative. Known as Wiener Werkstätte in German, the workshop thrived from 1903 to 1932, and its designers produced art that was used to create fabrics, furniture, clothing, postcards, and so much more—nearly anything you could think of, as long as it was of quality design.

A few of the Vienna Workshop’s many artists created the designs you see here. Even the most complex drawings were often made into patterns that could be used in myriad ways. Sometimes designs would also be produced in a series of colourways, showing all the beautiful potential that can be found when an artist starts with one set of shapes or outlines. As you colour, think of all the different ways that your new design could be used. We’ve even left a page at the back of the colouring book blank so that you can devise your own design.

Images

  1. Leopold Blonder (Austrian, 1893–?). Flora: Violet, Brown, Sky Blue, 1911–1914. Brush and gouache on illustration board.
  2. Wilhelm Foltin (Austrian, 1890–1967). Blattpflanze: Green with Orange and Brown, n.d. Brush and gouache on cream illustration board.
  3. Mathilde Flögl (Austrian, 1893–1950). Florentina: Teal, Peach, Orange, 1924. Brush and gouache on paper.
  4. Valerie (Vally) Wieselthier (Austrian, 1895–1945). Himmelbrand: Black, n.d.
  5. Marianne Perlmutter (Austrian, 1891–?). Hellbrunn: Grey and Brown, n.d. Brush and gouache on paper.
  6. Fredericke Löw (Austrian, 1891–1975). Abisag: Gray with Pink, Mauve, Black, n.d. Brush and gouache on paper.
  7. Felice Rix-Ueno (Austrian, 1893–1967). Pelargonie: Blue with Purples, 1923–1932. Brush and gouache on paper.
  8. Maria Likarz-Strauss (Austrian, 1893–1971). Rebhuhn: Multicolored, 1912–1931. Brush and gouache on paper.
  9. Irene (Reni) Schaschl-Schuster (Austrian, 1895–1979). Dubno, n.d. Brush and gouache on paper.
  10. Felice Rix-Ueno (Austrian, 1893–1967). Juniblume: Teal, 1923–1932. Brush and gouache on paper.
  11. Unknown artist. Textile (Austria), 1903–1932. Block print on silk.
  12. Marie Vogel (Austrian, 1884–?). Edelkoralle: Orange with Lime, n.d.
  13. Felice Rix-Ueno (Austrian, 1893–1967). Juniblumen: Steel Blue Background, 1923–1932. Brush and gouache on paper.
  14. Maria Likarz-Strauss (Austrian, 1893–1971). Fixstern: Orange, Yellow, Olive, twentieth century. Brush and watercolor on paper.
  15. Marie Rosalie Friedman-Otten (Austrian, 1884–1955). Coriandoli: Turquoise, Blue and Violet, n.d. Brush and gouache on turquoise illustration board.
  16. Felice Rix-Ueno (Austrian, 1893–1967). Alpenveilchen: Orange with Yellows, 1923–1932. Brush and gouache on paper.
  17. Leopold Blonder (Austrian, 1893–?). Macedonien: Lime, Gold and Turquoise, 1911–1914. Brush and gouache on illustration board.
  18. Felice Rix-Ueno (Austrian, 1893–1967). Purpurnelke: Pale Blue with Grape and Coral, 1923–1932. Brush and gouache on paper.
  19. Irene (Reni) Schaschl-Schuster (Austrian, 1895–1979). Mandarin, n.d. Brush and gouache on paper.
  20. Unknown artist. Textile (Austria), 1903–1932. Block print on silk.
  21. Unknown artist. Akropolis: Greens, Yellow, 1910–1928. Brush and gouache on cream illustration board.
  22. Unknown artist. Akazie, n.d. Brush and gouache on paper.

Colouring Pencils

The colouring pencils we stock are an ideal medium for this colouring book. Intensely coloured and soft, they’re great for blending and shading. And being a dry and relatively hard medium, won’t cockle the paper or smudge either. View our range of colouring pencils.

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978-0-7649-7453-3

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