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Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
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Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book

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Item #: CB168
Our Price: $7.95
Soft cover book with staple binding.

48 pages with 22 images to color

Size: 8½ x 11 in.

Coloring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed.

This item is published with the Royal Institute of British Architects by PomegranateKids®, an imprint of Pomegranate Communications, and is CPSIA compliant.

ISBN 9780764971198
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Arts & Crafts Houses Coloring Book
The Arts and Crafts style of art and design started in the last half of the 1800s, and is still popular today. Architects, woodworkers, stained-glass makers, metalworkers, and textile makers designed and created high-quality houses and household objects that were not only useful and sturdy but also beautiful to look at and live with. These artists didn’t like useless decorations and details in furniture, lamps, fabrics, wall coverings, and windows, and they didn’t like houses that all looked the same. They used natural materials, such as brick, wood, or stone, often found in the areas near the homes they were designing and building. The Arts and Crafts house tends to be simple, beautiful, well built, and look as though it is a natural part of its surroundings.

In this colouring book you will find twenty-two drawings of houses, designed by British architects, located throughout many different villages and cities all over England—from Windermere to Hampshire, from Norfolk to London. When you colour the pictures, you can try to copy the original colours and style like images on the inside of the covers. You might decide to use your own. The last page of the book is blank so you can draw and colour your own picture, so pay close attention to the shapes and details of your favourite houses near where you live.

Images
  1. Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott (British, 1865–1945), design for Clobb Copse, Buckler’s Hard, Beaulieu, Hampshire, 1937
  2. Thomas Arthur Darcy Braddell (British, 1884–1970), design for Craft Cottage, Paston, Norfolk, for Miss Alice Durrell, c. 1912
  3. Thomas Hamilton Crawford (British, 1859–1947), design for Fouracre, West Green, Hampshire, 1902, designed by Ernest Newton (British, 1856–1922)
  4. Thomas Hamilton Crawford (British, 1859–1947), design for a house in Kent, 1902, designed by Ernest Newton (British, 1856–1922)
  5. Courtenay Melville Crickmer (British, 1879–1971), design for a semi-detached house at Rotherwick Road, Hampstead Garden suburb, London, c. 1908
  6. Unknown artist, design for a cottage at Spotted Cow Farm, Buxted, Sussex, for Percy E. Clarke Esq., c. 1911, designed by Tanner & Clarke
  7. Unknown artist, design for a house at Compton Place Road, Eastbourne, for H. West Fovargue Esq., 1911, designed by Tanner & Clarke
  8. Unknown artist, design for a house near Sevenoaks, Kent, 1895, designed by Harry Sirr (1860–1945)
  9. Unknown artist, design for a semi-detached house for Oakdale model village, Gwent, 1910, designed by Reginald Wynn Owen (British, 1876–1950)
  10. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), design for a house at Oxshott, near Esher, Surrey, for C. S. Loch, c. 1889
  11. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), unexecuted design for Broom Cottage, near Windermere, for H. Rickards, 1898
  12. Leonard Arthur Culliford (British, 1888–1960), design for a semi-detached house for Romford District Council, at Osborne Road, Romford, London, 1930s
  13. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), unexecuted design for a house in Bracknell Gardens, Hampstead, London, for W. C. Lawrence, c. 1904
  14. Howard Gaye (1848–1925), design for Hurtmore (later called New Place), Farnham Lane, Haslemere, Surrey, for Sir Algernon Methuen (born A. M. M. Stedman), 1897, designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941)
  15. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), design for Oakhurst, Ropes Lane, Fernhurst, West Sussex, for Mrs E. F. Chester, 1901
  16. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), design for Dixcot, North Drive, Tooting Bec Common, London, for R. W. Essex, c. 1897
  17. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), design, apparently unexecuted, for a house at Limpsfield, Surrey, for C. A. Sewell, c. 1899
  18. Oliver Hill (British, 1887–1968), design for a house near Cambridge, 1908, designed by William Flockhart (British, 1854–1913)
  19. Howard Gaye (1848–1925), design for The Hill, Thorpe Mandeville, Northamptonshire, for J. C. E. Hope Brook, 1898, designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941)
  20. Howard Gaye (1848–1925), design for a house known variously as Merlshanger, Wancote, and Greyfriars, The Hog’s Back, Puttenham, Surrey, for Julian Sturgis Esq., 1897, designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941)
  21. Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941), design for Vodin (later Little Court), Old Woking Road, Pyrford Common, near Woking, Surrey, for F. Walters, c. 1903
  22. Howard Gaye (1848–1925), design for Norney (now Norney Grange), Shackleford, Surrey, for the Rev. Leighton Grane, 1897, designed by Charles Francis Annesley Voysey (British, 1857–1941)
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