The quality Vincent van Gogh Coloring and drawing book for adults was created by illustrator Saskia van Oversteeg in collaboration with Visit Brabant, the official Vincent van Gogh partner, entirely for their own account.
THE VINCENT VAN GOGH
COLORING AND DRAWING BOOK
IS AN ODE TO VINCENT VAN GOGH

No fewer than 75 splendid, original hand-drawn prints, just waiting to be completed and coloured. The prints are inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s works, life and letters. Saskia borrowed details from his work, comprising largely still lifes, buildings, trees, flowers and people that featured in Vincent’s own background in Brabant.

YOUR OWN VAN GOGH

While Saskia van Oversteeg devoted considerable love and attention to the creation of several completed prints, she has also omitted parts of a number of the images included, replacing them with dotted lines or numbers. You therefore have to join either the dots or numbers to complete the print yourself, then simply colour it in. This enables you to create your own Van Gogh!

Partly coloured Vincent van Gogh print.

Vincent van Gogh
Coloring and drawing book for adults

book format (A4) | No. of drawings (75) | luxury version | hardback full-colour cover
bright white bound inside pages | uncoated paper.
accompanying texts and list of works used: NL, EN, DE, FR.

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Van Gogh products and services bearing the Van Gogh Quality Label are certified as contributing to the preservation of heritage in Brabant. This label vouches for the quality of a ‘Vincent van Gogh’ product. It offers assurance that the maker pays above average regard to the quality of the product itself, while also striving to minimise any negative impact on the environment and nature throughout the manufacturing process.

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“This work of art by Sas illustrations of Vught enables you to personally complete part of Vincent’s story by actively editing his themes. Draw, colour and participate in the mastery that Saskia van Oversteeg portrays in this exceptional manner.”

Frank van den Eijnden, Director of Van Gogh Brabant NL