L'interaction des couleurs - Josef Albers

Josef Albers demonstrates that "with colour we do not see what we see, because colour - the most relative of artistic means of expression - offers an incalculable number of faces or appearances.
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Description

This book is an account of a method of experimental study and teaching of colour by one of the masters of the Bauhaus (school of architecture and applied arts, founded in 1919 in Germany) and Black Mountain College (experimental free university, founded in 1933 in the United States), on how colours are used and perceived in art, architecture, textiles, interior design and graphic media.

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Characteristics

French Language

Authors
Josef Albers
Publisher
Hazan
Dimensions
20 x 14
Publication year
2021
EAN
9782754111980

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