Have you ever looked at art and thought it could be improved? Here is your chance.
This coloring book presents twenty-two line drawings of iconic Saturday Evening Post magazine covers created by Norman Rockwell from 1916 to 1962 for you to color. Each of the paintings that Rockwell created tell a story about the people he painted--where they live, what they like to do, and what kind of trouble they get into--the longer you gaze at the pictures. You can even imagine what they are thinking!
Reproductions of Rockwell’s prints are shown in miniature in full color on the inside front and back covers, so that you can follow his color palette, if you wish.
Each picture is on its own page for easy removal for disply.
The high-quality art pad paper is perfect for colored pencils, pens, and markers.
Perfect for tweens through adults to relax and relieve stress!
Soft cover book with staple binding.
48 pages with 22 images to color.
Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 0.25"