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The colorist : designed to correct the commonly held theory that red, yellow, and blue are the primary colors, and to supply the much needed easy method of determining color harmony ; together with a system of color nomenclature and other practical information for artists and workers or designers in colors

Author: J Arthur H Hatt
Publisher: New York : Van Nostrand, 1925.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd edView all editions and formats
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hatt, J. Arthur H. (Joseph Arthur Henry), 1861-
Colorist.
New York : Van Nostrand, 1925
(OCoLC)993715389
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Arthur H Hatt
OCLC Number: 1987301
Description: xv, 84 pages, 2 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Light the source of color : the spectrum --
The old idea of primary colors --
The scientific primary colors --
The additive method of combining colors by rays of light --
The subtractive method of combining colors with pigments --
The juxtaposit method with both light and pigments --
Beauty in color --
Harmony versus contrast of color --
A full palette --
The proper way to blend oil colors for clean luminous effects --
Complementary colors in shadows --
Surface texture in painting --
The proper colors for aerial perspective --
Art or truth in painting --
A standard color code, and nomenclature --
Addendum.
Responsibility: by J. Arthur H. Hatt.

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