|Powell, William F. The World of Color and How to Use it. Walter Foster, 1984. ISBN: 0929261054. Unmarked. Previous owner’s name on front end page. Very Good. Paperback. (#30601) $12.00
This comprehensive guide will teach you what color is, how it works, and how to make it work for you in your paintings.
Topics include light and pigment, color harmony, painting from nature, glazing, and more. 6 demonstrations.
Color illustrations throughout. 64p.
|Perkins, David N. The Intelligent Eye: Learning to Think by Looking at Art (Occasional Paper Series). J. Paul Getty, 1994. ISBN: 089236274X. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback. (#30577) $14.00
Black and white illustrations. With carefully chosen illustrations, Perkins demonstrates how the reflective approach to art can develop broader, more adventurous, and clearer avenues of thought. Occasional Paper 4 of the J. Paul Getty series. 95p.
David Perkins is a founding member of Harvard Project Zero, a basic research project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education investigating human symbolic capacities and their development.
|Kemmerich, Carl. Graphic Details for Architects. Praeger, 1968. Unmarked text. Previous owner’s name on front end page with a small spot on the edge. Some rubbing on edge. Very Good. Hardcover. (#30553) $16.00
Text in English, French, and German. Offers graphic accessories that fall between pure technical drawing and illusionistic freehand drawing: tress, shrubs and flowers, ground textures, persons, vehicles, furniture, arrows, and scale indications. Index. 173p.