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Abbott, Arthur G. The Color of Life. New York: McGraw-Hill, Index, bibl. Intended for the general reader, this book discusses light and vision, color in nature, man-made colors, color characteristics and phenomena, and personal color preferences. Guidelines, based on the work of Faber Birren and Albert Munsell, are given for selecting colors for apparel, interiors, and exteriors. Among the interesting features of this book is the list of the effects of colored lights on the primary and secondary colors.
This well- documented, comprehensive overview is an interesting example of writing on color from the s. Birren, Faber. Color: A Survey in Words and Pictures.
This overview of color in history, science, culture, painting, nature, and psychology is well illustrated and very readable. The chapter on color theory briefly describes the major systems. The broad scope of the book accounts for the brevity of the information on so many specific topics.
Consequently, readers seeking in-depth coverage or documentation will need to supplement this entertaining survey with additional reading. Chicago: Crimson, Birren approaches color as sensation and attempts to explain in psychological terms that the art of color is about a personal response of the eye and mind rather than about instruments, charts, and scales. He explains the Maxwell wheel and the Munsell and Ostwald systems. Birren enumerates six dimensions of harmony based on his revision.
He also summarizes basic color theories, traditional color harmonies, and color in history and nature. Creative Color. West Chester, PA: Schiffer, ISBN First published in , this book provides basic information on color theory and color systems. The first section introduces color circles, color scales, uniform chroma scales, color organization, color mixture, color harmony, and value, and then applies color theory to the palettes of master painters and Birren himself. The second half deals with perception and uses illustrations and many Birren paintings to demonstrate luster, iridescence, luminosity, mists, and transparency.
Each chapter ends with an exercise that introduces the student to hue, value, chroma, and the hue circle. Topics are covered briefly but well. However, inferior illustrations detract from this otherwise useful introduction to color. Principles of Color. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, Principles of Color appears to be a simplified and briefer version of his Creative Color. The poor color plates do not effectively illustrate his points. Nevertheless, readers new to the subject may find this an adequate introduction.
Cheskin, Louis. New York: Liveright, Glossary, color illus. Cheskin provides a broad overview of color science, theory, and application.
The largest portion of the book deals with application in the personal environment and clothing, and to art, interiors, and merchandising Eclectic in its breadth, the book concludes with a chapter on how to draw and paint. While much of the information is now dated, this book provides an interesting summary of ideas about color in the s. Chevreul, M. Edited by Faber Birren. First published in French in , this historic work influenced 19th-century painters, including Delacroix and Seurat.
Each law is explained in detail with references and color illustrations. Color problems in painting and tapestry and practical use of color in home furnishings are also considered by Chevreul. The introduction and annotations by Faber Birren make the work more accessible to modem readers. Crewdson, Frederick M. Color in Decoration and Design. Wilmette, IL: Frederick J. Drake, The harmonious use of color in artistic, industrial, and commercial applications is the stated goal of this book, though most of it is devoted to a broad overview of color science and theory.
Color permanence, standardization, harmony, and contrast and the impact of illumination on color are also discussed. Only the last three chapters, which cover 40 pages actually address color use.
Color-mixing formulas are provided for hues. Although somewhat dated and entirely undocumented, this book contains many interesting facts and gives an overview of color in design in the early s.
De Grandis, Luigina. Theory and Use of Color. Translated by John Gilbert. New York: Abrams, After an introduction to color as light, a definitive color theory chapter reviews luminosity, warm and cool, value and lightness, saturation and intensity, and much more.
Careful attention is given to the objective and subjective nature of color in chapters on physical chemical factors, psychophysical parameters, and painting techniques and practices.
Discussions of lighting conditions, perception, and color equilibrium—which explore successive and simultaneous contrast and harmony—round out the book. De Grandis credits some of her sources and includes several European color authorities in her selected 29 item bibliography, for example, including Heinrich Friehling.
The beautifully printed color plates, many by her students, and illustrations of examples from art and design are well located adjacent to explanatory text.
While intended to serve as a reference and handbook rather than as a text, the lack of specific student exercises may be viewed as a shortcoming by teachers. Delaunay, Robert and Sonia Delaunay. Translated and edited by Arthur A. New York: Viking, The Delaunays argue that color alone is an art form and comment on color usage in the art movements of the late 19th century. The book will appeal to those interested in the writings of artists who not only are serious about the role of color in painting and applied art in the early 20th century painting, but seem to receive their creative energy from color.
Gatto, Joseph. Color and Value. Worcester, MA: Davis, ISBN 'llO All of the photographs in this generously illustrated and easy-to- read work are by its author, an art educator. Most pages show several excellent examples of value found in the creative work of architects, craftworkers, artists, industrial designers, sculptors, and photographers.
The text and captions discuss many color concepts including characteristics of color and of value, factors affecting them, and how color affects visual communication. The text offers a good introduction to the subject for the novice or for the instructor looking for a way to organize this content.
Gerritsen, Frans. Evolution in Color. Gerritsen summarizes color theory from ancient times to the present with an unusual level of detail. He also provides information that will aid the reader in constructing a personal, three-dimensional color-perception model. This work, originally published in Dutch in , could be of use to color practitioners, whether in architecture and interiors or in the line and applied arts, who are looking for a good overview of ways to organize and explain color. Theory and Practice of Color.
New York: Reinhold, A comprehensive work, it includes thorough explanations of subtractive, additive, and partitive color; how the eye senses and perceives color; and simultaneous contrast. Excellent illustrations combine with practical application of the ideas to make this a valuable resource. Gerstner, Karl. Translated by Dennis A. Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, This book continues the personal and idiosyncratic investigations Gerstner chronicled in The Spirit of Colors.
He examines systems of forms to determine their structural interrelatedness and pays particular attention to the Alhambra and other Islamic geometric patterns as he looks at the vital interaction between color and form. This inspiring, beautifully designed and illustrated book is more meaningful when viewed from a knowledge of the history and application of color theory.
The Spirit of Colors. A portfolio of his own powerful nonobjective color designs makes up much of this handsome book. The magnificent color printing and the clean book design are special features of this publication. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von. Arranged and edited by Ruppert Matthaei. Translated and edited by Herb Aach. This edition brings together the color theories, observations, and notes of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the 19th century poet and Renaissance man.
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Translation of: Teoria e uso del colore. Theory and use of color. by: De Grandis, Luigina. Publication date: Topics: Color. Publisher.