Customer Reviews: The Art of Color: The Subjective Experience and Objective Rationale of Color
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on March 25, 2014
It says it is a "good" quality, but I did not expected an almost fall apart book. And it cost $110.
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on April 5, 2011
If youre looking for a book to teach you how to pick and mix colors for painting, this book will do nothing for you. I asked for advice about color theory books on computer graphics forums and was recommended this book many times...what a waste. The entire book is nothing but comments by the author on the use of color in classic paintings. Stupid comments about things that anyone with common sense could observe like: "look at the white robe makes the woman in the foreground stand out against the black curtain. Whats really hilarious about this is that most of the paintings are about historical events in nature where the painter had no other choice but to paint what he saw. Mr Itten seems to think that the painter had control over what people wore in history in order to make their paintings look more dramatic.
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