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London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book
London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book
London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book
London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book
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London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book

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One 48 page book with 22 images to color. Each illustration is reproduced in a small, color version of the original artwork and as a full-page black line drawing.

Size: 8 ½ x 11 in.

Published with the London Transport Museum by PomegranateKids®, an imprint of Pomegranate Communications.

ISBN 9780764968679
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London: Posters from the London Transport Museum Coloring Book
In the early twentieth century, London Underground and the other companies that ran the trains, trams, and trolleybuses to and fro around the city wanted to attract more riders. They hired artists to design posters spotlighting the parks, landmarks, and other neat places people could reach on public transit.

Some of the popular destinations featured on the posters were the theatres, museums, gardens, and parks all around the city of London. Many beautiful posters featuring these interesting places were produced, each one telling potential visitors which transit line would take them there. For one hundred years, copies of every poster were collected and there are now more than five thousand posters and almost one thousand original artworks at London Transport Museum.

In this colouring book you will find twenty-two of these posters by many artists—some well known, others not. When you colour in the pictures, you can try to copy the original colours and style, or you might decide to use your own. The last page of the book is blank so you can use the images on the inside of the cover to draw and colour in your own poster. If you live by a city, you might try drawing a picture that will make people want to go there. If you don't live by a city, perhaps you'd like to draw a poster of your favourite place.

Images
1. Arthur Blunt, Kew
2. Freda Beard, The Play's the Thing
3. Edward Bawden, Hyde Park
4. Horace Taylor, Brightest London Is Best Reached by Underground
5. Charles Paine, Hampstead Heath
6. Elijah Albert Cox, London Characters: The Flower Woman
7. Emilio Camilio Leopoldo Tafani, London Memories: Wimbledon Common
8. Austin Cooper, Natural History Museum, Lepidoptera
9. Bruce Angrave, Sir Christopher Wren
10. Charles Paine, For the Zoo, Book to Regent's Park
11. Edward Bawden, Changing the Guard
12. Herbert Ashwin Budd, Travel Underground between 10 and 4
13. F. Gregory Brown, Kew Gardens
14. Fred Taylor, London Memories: Hampstead
15. Tom Eckersley, The London Museum
16. John Banting, South Kensington
17. Mary Adshead, Country Joys on London's Underground
18. Ronald Glendening, Bands in the Park
19. Fred Taylor, London Memories: Kew Gardens
20. Emilio Camilio Leopoldo Tafani, London Memories: Denham
21. Anthony Green, The Royal Academy
22. Shafig Shawki, London's Open Air: No. 4, Animals

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