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THE REGENCY COLOURING BOOK
Colour your way back in time… Welcome to the elegant world of England in 1811, the setting for the Regency period. Featuring over sixty stunning colouring pages by fine artist, Amy-Jane Adams.
Discover the magic of Regency England as you colour in everything from the walls of the Prince Regent's Palace to the windswept flower beds of country gardens and carriage-lined city streets.
Step into the romantic world of Regency England, from debutantes to dukes, from balls to duels, and a time when decadence ruled the day. The artist’s intricate designs will uncover the trend-setters and taste-makers from the era, from John’s Nash’s architectural wonders, such as Brighton Pavilion, Buckingham Palace, Regent’s Street and more, to the picturesque country life which inspired Jane Austen’s unforgettable novels.
Let your creativity flow as you embellish the elegant art, fashion, patterns, fabrics and furnishings which defined the period and wander through the pleasure gardens and promenades which entertained high society.
With over sixty illustrations to bring to life in colour, alongside soundbites on the reallife
inspirations, as well as excerpts from scandal sheets from the day, this is the ultimate colouring book – and celebration – of the Prince Regent and his infamous era.
‘Indulge your imagination in every possible flight’ – Pride and Prejudice
Including an eclectic mix of artwork, which covers all major areas of culture from the era, including art, furnishings, architecture, landscapes, fabrics and fashion, as well as the people who defined Regency England, such as Jane Austen, Mary Wollstonecraft and the Prince himself
AJ Adams is a fine artist with a passion for the past and a talent for producing technically accurate historical illustrations, particularly architectural and fashion-led drawings. She will be available for PR
Illustrations will have accompanying text on the facing page; a short soundbite, quotes from novels or excerpts from scandal sheets, to provide context
Amy Jane Adams (AJ) is a British author, painter, installation artist, illustrator, photographer and set designer. She is particularly obsessed with buildings and the people who lived in them and is inspired by the Italian Renaissance, pop art and graffiti. Her clients include Jenny Packham, National Trust, Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Church of England. She has exhibited at the Courtauld Institute of Art (2010) and Gloucester Cathedral (2017) who became host to a 30-metre length ‘carpet’ designed by the artist and painted by over one thousand visitors to the world-famous heritage site.
She lives and works in London.
Format 297 x 210 mm
Extent 128 pages
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