The Color Compendium
Book features an A to Z encyclopedia, cross-referenced for easy access to all information; sections on painting and harmony, illustrating fundamental color techniques of artists; a section of color systems, explaining their development and use; sections on color communication and symbolism; analysis and discussion of color trends and cycles; biographies of leading historical and contemporary color theorists, and commentaries on their ideas; a fully illustrated section of historic and twentieth-century palettes and their source artifacts.
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American appear areas artists associated Bauhaus blue bright brown century Chevreul chromatic cloth Color Blindness Color Constancy Color Mixing Color Symbolism color system color temperature Color Therapy color vision colorists Communication and Color complementary complementary colors contrast Cubism dark decorative developed duced dyes Earth Pigments example fabric fashion film filters fluorescent French Gemstones glass glazes gold gray green harmony human indigo interior Kandinsky magenta match ment metal Metameric Colors mixture Munsell natural Neoimpressionism objects ocher optical orange oxide painter painting pale palette pastels patterns perception photographic pigment pink plate popular primary colors printing produced purple rainbow reflected refractive saturation screen shades simultaneous contrast skin spectrum Subtractive Color surface Systems of Color technique textile theory tints tion tive tones transparent Trompe L'Oeil turquoise Ukiyo-e violet visual warm Wassily Kandinsky wavelengths yellow