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❰PDF / Epub❯ ☀ The anatomy of colour Author Patrick Baty – Manaihege.co The Anatomy of Colour is the definitive book on the use of colour and paint in interior decoration over a 300 year period Drawing on his huge specialist archive historian and paint expert Patrick BatyThe Anatomy of Colour is the definitive book on the use of colour and paint in interior decoration over a 300 year period Drawing on his huge specialist archive historian and paint expert Patrick Baty traces the evolution of pigments and paint colours together with colour systems and standards and examines their impact on the colour palettes used in interiors from 1650 to 1960 He first charts the creation in paint of the common and expensive colours made from traditional earth pigments between 1650 to 1799 Next he examines the emergence of colour systems and standards and their influence on paint colours together with the effect of industrialized production on the texture and durability of paints Alongside the authoritative and revealing text are specially commissioned photographs of pages from rare colour books Throughout the book reproductions of interiors from home decor books highlighting the distinctive colour trends and styles of painting particular to each period accompany the in depth analysis of the history of colour and the development and use of paint colours in interior designTable of ContentsAvant Propos by Josef ii Traditional Pigments iii Traditional Paints iv Traditional Brushes PART II Interiors ii Industrialization of Paints and Pigments PART III The Standardization of Colour 1900 1959 i Colour Standards 1900 1939 ii The 1930s Colour Palette iii Colour Standards 1938 1959 iv The 1950s Colour Palette.

The Anatomy of Colour is the definitive book on the use of colour and paint in interior decoration over a 300 year period Drawing on his huge specialist archive historian and paint expert Patrick Baty traces the evolution of pigments and paint colours together with colour systems and standards and examines their impact on the colour palettes used in interiors from 1650 to 1960 He first charts the creation in paint of the common and expensive colours made from traditional earth pigments between 1650 to 1799 Next he examines the emergence of colour systems and standards and their influence on paint colours together with the effect of industrialized production on the texture and durability of paints Alongside the authoritative and revealing text are specially commissioned photographs of pages from rare colour books Throughout the book reproductions of interiors from home decor books highlighting the distinctive colour trends and styles of painting particular to each period accompany the in depth analysis of the history of colour and the development and use of paint colours in interior designTable of ContentsAvant Propos by Josef ii Traditional Pigments iii Traditional Paints iv Traditional Brushes PART II Interiors ii Industrialization of Paints and Pigments PART III The Standardization of Colour 1900 1959 i Colour Standards 1900 1939 ii The 1930s Colour Palette iii Colour Standards 1938 1959 iv The 1950s Colour Palette.

anatomy free colour free The anatomy pdf The anatomy of colour eBookThe Anatomy of Colour is the definitive book on the use of colour and paint in interior decoration over a 300 year period Drawing on his huge specialist archive historian and paint expert Patrick Baty traces the evolution of pigments and paint colours together with colour systems and standards and examines their impact on the colour palettes used in interiors from 1650 to 1960 He first charts the creation in paint of the common and expensive colours made from traditional earth pigments between 1650 to 1799 Next he examines the emergence of colour systems and standards and their influence on paint colours together with the effect of industrialized production on the texture and durability of paints Alongside the authoritative and revealing text are specially commissioned photographs of pages from rare colour books Throughout the book reproductions of interiors from home decor books highlighting the distinctive colour trends and styles of painting particular to each period accompany the in depth analysis of the history of colour and the development and use of paint colours in interior designTable of ContentsAvant Propos by Josef ii Traditional Pigments iii Traditional Paints iv Traditional Brushes PART II Interiors ii Industrialization of Paints and Pigments PART III The Standardization of Colour 1900 1959 i Colour Standards 1900 1939 ii The 1930s Colour Palette iii Colour Standards 1938 1959 iv The 1950s Colour Palette.

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  1. Mme Ipaktchi Mme Ipaktchi says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookIt is everything I hoped it will be and I am a painter and love to make my own paints I was well served I have no idea how they were able to produce such a gorgeous vivid color book for such little cost I want to rip out every page and frame them


  2. Sparkingchip Sparkingchip says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookSuperb book Once you start reading it you may realise you know than you think you do It is full of the bits of information that old painters told me when I started work things that they learnt when they started work some ninety years ago like how to make brilliant white paintA couple of years ago I asked the ladies in the local Dulux paint store to look up the mix for brilliant white paint on the paint mixer computer to settle an argument I bet there are not many people who know the correct mix This book explains why one of the colours added to the mix is black there are others


  3. dale north dale north says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookLots of pictures Some interesting info but typeface varies Some print is microscopic and unreadable Lots of illustrations with no legend Very irritating to negotiate Very sloppy editing Pictures not in relation to chapters Very well disguised by posh presentation Basically the editing is very poor Typeface not consistent Think it was a rush job to put a book together and give it a glossy finish Waste of May net and time Pity It could have been so good if only they had kept the reader’s ease of navigation in mind


  4. Tea Jenny Tea Jenny says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookBuy this for anyone that loves colour I’m an artist It’s fabulous Colour theory type diagrams I’m obsessed with colour so it’s up my street


  5. Eliza Kettner Eliza Kettner says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookAn incredible treasure trove of information and visual reference for those renovating a listed building or simply interested in interior design architectural history and arts Fantastic work


  6. LB LB says:

    The anatomy of colour ePUB Á The anatomy PDF/EPUB or anatomy free, colour free, The anatomy pdf, The anatomy of colour eBookAmazing book full of historical information and illustrations A must for anyone interested in historical interiors


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