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Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge is an era that is often loved. The Art of the Moulin Rouge invites readers to be not only entertained, but to be part of and share the beautiful art and culture of the day.

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The Art of the Moulin Rouge

This book is absolutely fabulous! Whether you are a long time fan of the Moulin Rouge or only recently discovered it, you’ll enjoy this book. It’s full of over 25 interactive projects inspired by the world-famous venue. There are even 30 postcards you can share with someone you care about!

The book begins with a brief history of Moulin Rouge and some interesting facts that are quite enjoyable. It goes on to teach us a little about mixed media and how we can use it most effectively on the projects throughout the book.

The Art of the Moulin Rouge contains something to do for everyone’s art preference! Color by number, dot to dot puzzles, and coloring pages based on the most famous pieces from Moulin Rouge! On the back of each project is a description of the picture, what it’s based on, the title/author, and the date it originated.

The perforated pages can easily be torn out so that you don’t have to fight the book as you are working on your masterpiece, which is greatly appreciated!

There are also full color posters for you to enjoy! I am seriously considering framing some of them to decorate my walls. Unfortunately, that means I have to pick as they are printed front and back.  Perhaps I’ll frame the pieces I color instead…

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The Art of the Moulin Rouge

From the Publishers:

Filled with coloring pagesdot-to-dot puzzles, and color-by-number templates based on the theatre’s most famous posters and program art, coloring enthusiasts will enjoy adding their own unique spin to these legendary and symbolic works of post-impressionism.

Following a brief introduction to color theory and ideas for working in different color mediums, present-day artists embark on a creative journey through time to celebrate the lush lifestyles that epitomize Parisian culture as seen through the portals of the storied Moulin Rouge. Thirty full-color Moulin Rouge postcards are also included in this beautiful book.

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6 thoughts on “Moulin Rouge

  • Good post. I learn something totally new and challenging on sites I stumbleupon on a daily basis. It will always be interesting to read through articles from other authors and use something from their web sites.

  • Tamra Phelps

    Moulin Rouge always makes me think of Toulouse Lautrec and his paintings. This book sounds really interesting.

  • i think my kid would love their other book Ultimate Slime

  • This book looks very exciting! My son would also like their Build a… T-rex book. He’s obsessed with dinosaurs lol.

  • Sally Gearhart

    I love that there’s something for everyone in this book plus it’s a pretty book. My youngest daughter is an artist and she would really love this book. I’m also loving The Organic Painter and the The Herbal Handbook for Homesteaders sounds like a really great read!


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