Color perception in art
The relationship of visual perception to color expression in art is presented here in clear detail. Photographs of representative paintings, explanatory line drawings, and abstract, geometric color plates supplement the text.
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BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION
THE DAY OF OP
THE MYSTERIES OF PERCEPTION
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Abstract Expressionism afterimage areas art of color artists background blue brain chapter chromatic light clusters of stripes color constancy color expression color perception Color Study XII colored light composition Contrast of Colors dark David Katz wrote dim light divisionist technique dots effect of luminosity effects of Color Eugene Delacroix Ewald Hering FABER BIRREN Fauvism film colors Georges Seurat Gestalt Psychology gray to appear History of Color human perception Illustration Impressionism Impressionists influence intensity iridescence J. M. W. Turner Josef Albers Kurt Koffka look luminous luster M. E. Chevreul mixtures of color Modern Art modes of appearance Monet Neo-Impressionism Neo-Impressionists normal colors optical mixtures orange painters pigments Pissarro Principles Ralph Evans red and green seen sense of illumination simultaneous and alternate soft spectrum Studies VIII subtractive surface colors tone treatise Turner values violet vision visual mixtures Visual Perception Visual Phenomena volume colors world of color yellow York