The elements of color: a treatise on the color system of Johannes Itten, based on his book The art of color

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John Wiley & Sons, 1970 - Architecture - 96 pages
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This is the most complete document of one of the landmarks of modern education in art - the famous Basic Course at the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany. Itten was the teacher who organized it at the invitation of Walter Gropius. First published in 1963 when Itten was still alive, the book has been revised and updated by Itten's widow, Anneliese Itten, and includes new material from the basic course at the Bauhaus, as well as visual examples and descriptions of the refinements made by Itten in later course in Berlin and Zurich.

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Such a complete book.

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Foreword and evaluation
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Color Physics 1
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Subjective Timbre
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