Color right from the start: progressive lessons in seeing and understanding color

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Watson-Guptill Publications, May 1, 2001 - Art - 144 pages
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In a series of progressive step-by-step lessons, the author of this volumehows the reader how to make the colours of nature come alive on canvas.;Eachhapter focuses on a dominant colour grouping, which is then explored throughhe creation of a painting. Each hands-on lesson includes a listing of thexact tube colours used, with tips for mixing and applying them to create theolour effects detailed in the painting.;Readers will also discover howolours in nature correspond with pigment colours, as well as how to mix, usend test primaries, secondaries and neutrals.

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Contents

Introduction
7
Knowing Your Colors
22
Optical Color Modification
35
Copyright

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Page is an artist, art instructor, juror, and author.

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