New Munsell Student Color Set / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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- Fairchild Books
Albert Munsell's system of colour notation has been taught for nearly a century, but the applications and uses of the system are constantly changing. This text teaches the importance of a standardized language to communicate colour and the factors affecting how we perceive it. The three dimensions of colour - hue, value, and chroma - are also described. There is a brief contextual description of other colour systems. This text bridges the gap between the theory and appreciation of colour. Munsell colour charts, to be assembled with new, enlarged chips, are the basis for additional projects and exercises. This set is ideal for students of design, art, fashion, architecture, interior design, manufacturing, colour science, and anyone else who works with or is interested in colour.
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.87(w) x 9.81(h) x 0.77(d)|
About the Author
Jim Long is Associate Professor in the Department of Photography and Film at Virginia Commonwealth University where he teaches photo and basic design. He has also served as Associate Professor in the Art Foundation and Interior Design departments at the university. Long was awarded an international fellowship in 1993,and has had photographs featured in books and journals in the USA, Europe and Asia.
Joy Turner Luke is a painter and owner of Studio 231 in Sperryville, Virginia, where she conducts intensive courses on color and artists' paints. She also lectures widely on these topics for art schools and other groups with a specialized interest in color. Among the organizations in which she has been active are the Inter-Society Color Council, where she has served as president; the Munsell Foundation; the Advisory Board of the Munsell Color Laboratory at Rochester Institute of Technology; National Artists Equity Association; and the American Society for Testing and Materials, where she has been instrumental in establishing standards for art materials.
Table of Contents
* The Vocabulary
* Science, Color, and Art
* Light and Color
* Vision and Color
* Color Anomalies, Preference, and Emotional Response
* Additive Color Mixture: Mixing Light
* Subtractive Color Mixture: Mixing Paints
* Relationships among Colors
* Combining Colors
* Color in Designed Products, Installations, and Printing
* Instructors Guide provides additional projects, assignments and suggested exercises