Maddie Stratton - Art History Coloring Book, A Selection of Timeless Nudes
Art History Coloring Book, A Selection of Timeless Nudes
"The nude figure has been represented in art for as long as humans have created. I am very excited to present a new book of reproductions of art dating all the way from 28,000 B.C.E. to 2006 (C.E.).
Morris Hirshfield, Sylvia Sleigh, Caravaggio, Renee Cox, Hans Memling, Pan Yuliang, Emma Amos, Ingres, Dana Schutz, Jacqueline Marvel, Tamara deLempicka, Picasso, Dame Barbara Hepworth, Harriet Hosmer, Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Bronzino, Artemesia Gentileschi, Mickalene Thomas, John D. Graham, Botticelli, John Currin, Michaelangelo, Paul Delvaux, Joan Semmel, Cecilia Vicuna, Masaccio, Alice Neel, Amrita Sher-Gil, Marie-Louise Von Motesiczky, Carrie Mae Weems
All pages are illustrated with love by Maddie Stratton and printed in New Orleans, LA at Paper Machine.
6" x 9"
20 pages includes illustrations and titles of works
Linen card stock cover and 80 lb interior pages.
Book comes with plastic sleeve for protection.
Maddie Stratton (b.1991) is a figurative painter and illustrator from New Orleans, LA. She has been making art for as long as she can remember.
Her interests lie in the blurred boundaries of what it means to be human. She uses vibrant colors throughout her paintings in an attempt to homogenize the hierarchy of subject matter; the human subjects share the stage with the flora and fauna. Her paintings are derived from a patch-work of source materials, creating imaginative, everyday scenarios.
Maddie usually makes paintings in her studio at the Aquarium Gallery in the Bywater. In quarantine, She has set up an outdoor studio in her side yard where she is making smaller paintings and is often visited by cats, caterpillars and other bugs.
She is a proud NOCCA alum with a BFA from Pratt Institute.