L'histoire de la couleur dans l'art

Unravel the secrets of Colour - learn how and why it has been used in art over the centuries.
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Fugues in color

Description

From Isaac Newton's optics to impressionist theory, from the dynamics of Josef Albers to the contemporary metaphysics of Olafur Eliasson, Stella Paul demonstrates how colour paints our world.
This vibrant and compelling book uses 240 artworks as case studies to tell the story of ten individual colours or colour groups. It explores the history and meaning of each colour in art, highlighting fascinating tales of discovery and artistic passion, and offering easily accessible explanations of the science and theory behind specific colours.

Description & Features

Characteristics

French language

Authors
Stella Paul
Publisher
Phaidon
Dimensions
21 x 25
Publication year
2020
Number of pages
296
EAN
9780714874654

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