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Colour in Art

John Gage, Author
Format
Book
Published
London : Thames & Hudson, 2006.
Language
English
ISBN
9780500203941, 0500203946
Series Statement
Thames & Hudson world of art
World of art
Keywords
Color Psychology
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    a| Ch. 1. Light from colour -- colour from light -- Ch. 2. A psychology of colour? -- Ch. 3. The shape of colour -- Ch. 4. The health of colours -- Ch. 5. Languages of colour -- Ch. 6. Can colours signify? -- Ch. 7. The union of the senses -- Ch. 8. Colour trouble.
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