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A Book of Colors by Shigenobu Kobayashi
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A Book of Colors (edition 1987)

by Shigenobu Kobayashi

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A concise reference that explains the meaning and force of colour with charts and words. A Book of Colors is your guide to discovering, understanding, and using color. Until now, books of color have catered to the specialist. Here at last is a volume for both novice and professional. By arranging color combinations into mood categories-such as Fresh,' 'Urbane,' 'Alluring,' 'Dynamic,' and the like - A Book of Colors penetrates the barriers that have traditionally kept such information in the domain of the trained technician and artist. Precise analytical'… (more)
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Title:A Book of Colors
Authors:Shigenobu Kobayashi
Info:Kodansha USA (1987), Paperback, 128 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:****
Tags:colour, color, decorating, painting

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A Book of Colors by Shigenobu Kobayashi

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Excellent colour matching. Great arbiter for decorating arguments. ( )
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A concise reference that explains the meaning and force of colour with charts and words. A Book of Colors is your guide to discovering, understanding, and using color. Until now, books of color have catered to the specialist. Here at last is a volume for both novice and professional. By arranging color combinations into mood categories-such as Fresh,' 'Urbane,' 'Alluring,' 'Dynamic,' and the like - A Book of Colors penetrates the barriers that have traditionally kept such information in the domain of the trained technician and artist. Precise analytical'

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