VG-, spine ends and corners worn, Former owner's name on ffep. Blue cloth. viii, 41 pp. Inserted and glued to front endpapers are a 2-page note hand written and signed by Denman W. Ross, dated 1923. Inserted Fogg Art Museum catalogue glued to ffep: Light blue paper wraps, [iv] 11 pp. bw frontis. Other relevant news articles inserted. Former owner was clearly a fan! This book was published as a supplement to the author's "On Drawing and Painting" (1912). Printed at the Riverside Press. The book describes and explains the System of The Spectrum Band with Complementaries in Corresponding Values. Rare. Inserted Fogg Art Museum catalogue lists 70 works by Denson.
Fair. 41 pages. "In this book...I propose to describe and explain the System of the Spectrum Band with Complementaries in Corresponding Values."-from page vii. Bright gilt lettering upon front board. Few markings to contents. Above-average but not excessive external wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy.
The Painter's Palette: A Theory of Tone Relations, an Instrument of Expression (1919)
by Denman Waldo Ross
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