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Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Hardcover. 4to. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1997. 155 pgs. Illustrated with Color / Black and White Plates. DJ has light shelf-wear present to the DJ extremities. No ownership marks present. Text is clean and free of marks, binding tight and solid, boards very lightly rubbed and worn. "In this book Itten examines two different approaches to understanding the art of color. Subjective feelings and objective color principles are the two poles which are described in detail and clarified with numerous color reproductions. The key to this knowledge lies in the color circle and the seven color contrasts which are found on pages 35-109. The problems of visual, emotional and symbolic color effects are carefully explored with numerous color illustrations. The systematic color exercises are followed by outstanding reproductions of paintings by the great masters--28 large-size, four-color plates--which offer insight into all the epochs of Western painting from the Early Middle Ages to Klee and Picasso. With each reproduction is one of Professor Itten's famous analyses which proves how conscious awareness and use of color contrast has been an important means of expression." EB; 1 x 15.07 x 12.25 Inches; 155 pages.
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