A new and exciting look at color!
We will look at color movement and how colors move in relation to each other. We will understand how to see colors and how to work with them.
Color Relativity focuses on color as a process, in an easy to understand manner that ties together our intuitive and analytical understanding of color.
Full chapter exploring Monet’s haystack painting in depth, as well as analysis of work from artists such as Rubens and Raphael.
We will also update some of long standing color concepts with new insights from modern scientific research (no scientific background required).
Over 100 full color images help to illustrate the concepts clearly.
Please Note: This is a digital ebook only. There is no physical book.
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John Ratnaswamy (verified owner) –
I long have been fascinated by color theory in relation to paintings, but this is the first book I have read that really explains the science and experience of color in paintings. The book is well-researched, well-written, entertaining, and brilliant. I also look forward to volume 2.