Choose from a selection of nearly 100 elegant designs in this nature-inspired coloring book, including speckled foxglove, feathery barn owns and shimmery scaled sea bass. Each of these artworks were originally drawn by some of the greatest botanical and nature artists of the 18th and 19th centuries, including John James Audubon, well known for his book, Birds of America, and Pierre-Joseph Redouté who was once the official botanical artist to Empress Joséphine of France. These full-color images are set alongside their equivalent black and white designs to provide inspiration. Relax and appreciate the spectacular colours of nature with this wonderful coloring book.
This collection of 31 richly detailed art includes a cluster of red and purple clematis, bee-eating birds, long-stemmed lily pads, migrating monarch butterflies, and much more.
Mandy Rita Tardif is a passionate artist craving connection with people. Out of this craving, Mandy creates art she hopes will inspire you to move closer to your higher purpose and to love yourself and others fully and truly. This book was made with a lot of love and the intention of it being something for you to relax with and enjoy. It is filled with mandalas containing various things you may find in nature like dragonflies and turtles. Every image was hand-drawn by Mandy with marker and each page contains a quote from a noteworthy person about love. This is Mandy's third coloring book. Drawing soothes her soul and she hopes coloring in these pages will do the same for you as well. For more coloring books like these visit www.mandysartandsoul.com
A nature inspired colouring book with single sided pages and 25 beautiful mandalas for you to enjoy. This lovingly assembled collection of unique mandalas has been designed with all styles and all levels of colouring skills in mind. Focusing on individual shapes and recognisable elements - instead of small areas of patterns and lines, these gorgeous and fun nature mandalas present a delightful selection of pages for beginner colourists and experienced artists alike. Suitable for all ages and all genders, this colouring book includes a vast assortment of designs featuring vines, flowers, trees, leaves and other fauna that provide the perfect opportunity for you to relax and get lost in the calming world of colouring. As an added bonus, at the back of this book, you will find thumbnails and swatch areas for each and every design, so that you can choose perfect colour palettes before creating your amazing artworks and colourful creations.
Swiss critic Johann Georg Sulzer's Dialogues on the Beauty of Nature (1750) and Reflections on Certain Topics of Natural History (1745) are exemplary specimens of eighteenth-century European theology, philosophy, natural history, and aesthetics. Sulzer's contemporaries-notably Goethe-read him with attention. Eric Miller's elegant translation comes with a vivid, informative, and strongly contextualizing introduction. Sulzer's early works are a curio cabinet of the philosophical and theological arguments that exercised and enticed the intelligentsia of his period. These topics and arguments have by no means forfeited pertinence today.