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Colouring the Collection

What better way to learn about the WAG collection and express your creativity than by colouring some of our favourite pieces!

Lisa Mendis, WAG Studio Technician and artist, has created a series of line drawings from works in the WAG collection for you and your family to colour! We’ll roll-out these printable PDF’s weekly. Take a picture of your artwork and send it to us at for a chance to be featured on our social media!

Print and colour Flowers by Simon Pietersz Verelst – learn more about this piece here
Simon Pietersz Verelst.jpg

Print and colour Emigrant by William Raphael – see our collection here
William Raphael Emigrant.jpg


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Ruth Swan says:

This is great! I just discovered the colouring pages. I had pulled out some colouring books I had bought at the WAG shop before it closed and have been having fun with the Impressionists and Group of 7. I also have an Inuit book which I have not done yet. I photocopy the pages so I still keep the outlines intact. Also I can give out some pages to relatives. The colouring is very relaxing while watching tv and listening to the radio. It is fun even for someone with no artistic ability. Try it! Thanks for a fun activity! Ruth Swan

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