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by Faber Birren

eBook The Textile Colorist ePub
Author: Faber Birren
Language: English
ISBN: 0442238541
ISBN13: 978-0442238544
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.; 1st edition (1980)
Pages: 64
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.5
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the textile colorist. Textile artists have long been frustrated by the special problems in achieving color harmony.

the textile colorist. from back cover " Presenting a harmonious series of color effects for needlecraft, embroidery, cross-stitch, crewel, knitting, crochet, macrame, weaving, fabric printing, batik, quilting, rug hooking, and other textile arts, arranged by one of America's leading color authorities. There are many color theories-additive, subtractive, optical- but none explains how colors are to be mixed when the medium is fiber.

The Textile Colorist (1980). In 1971 Birren donated nearly two hundred books about color, many of them rare, to the Yale University Library. Van Nostrand Reinhold. In 1971 Birren donated nearly two hundred books about color, many of them rare, to the Yale University Library References. a b c d Saxon, Wolfgang (31 December 1988). Faber Birren, 88, Expert on Color". Retrieved 15 February 2015. a b c d "Guide to the Faber Birren Papers". Yale University Library. a b c Kaufmann, Robert C. (July 1974). A Biographical Note on Faber Birren".

64 pages : 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 61-62) and index. Donor challenge: For only a few more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today.

The Textile Colorist book. Another color book by Faber Birren. This one is interesting as it is written for textile artists and crafters working with yarns to create designs (knitting, weaving, all kinds of needlepoint and embroidery). Birren includes a short history of the color wheel and presents a two-pronged wheel of his own that he terms the "color keyboard. This double-wheel is based on the four psychological colors of the opponent-process in human vision; red/green and yellow/blue.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780442238544.

The Textile Colorist- Faber Birren. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about the textile colorist? Well you're in luck, because here they come. The most common the textile colorist material is cotton. The most popular color? You guessed it: blue.

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Faber Birren, the noted color authority, surveys the color theories of the past and analyzes the palettes and techniques of. .Today professional colorists are part of design management teams at such global corporations as Hilton, Disney, and Toyota

Faber Birren, the noted color authority, surveys the color theories of the past and analyzes the palettes and techniques of painters from the Renaissance to 1965. Today professional colorists are part of design management teams at such global corporations as Hilton, Disney, and Toyota. The Color Revolution tells the history of how colorists help industry capture the hearts and dollars of consumers.

Color chart in History of Color in Painting by Faber Birren. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, c1965. this is an unique and graphic original antique print from 1894 it is a book plate lithograph printed in germany the print vividly depicts a. 1893 NEW JERSEY MAP - antique lithograph - maps of the United States of America - U. - East Coast - New England old maps in color. 1908 Edwardian SPECTRAL ANALYSIS print, light absorption spectra, color theory, fine antique science lithograph.

Discusses color theory as it applies to textile crafts
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older book with adequate graphics. for serious color student, not amateur
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the textile colorist

by faber birren

1980

from back cover " Presenting a harmonious series of color effects for needlecraft, embroidery, cross-stitch, crewel, knitting, crochet, macrame, weaving, fabric printing, batik, quilting, rug hooking, and other textile arts, arranged by one of America's leading color authorities.

Textile artists have long been frustrated by the special problems in achieving color harmony. There are many color theories-additive, subtractive, optical- but none explains how colors are to be mixed when the medium is fiber. This book answers all the artist's questions.

Faber Birren describes different types of color combinations, such as tints, tones, brights, and shades, and illustrates each type with a plethora of examples to satisfy any personal taste. Principles of color harmony developed throughout history are explained and illustrated by the work of noted artists. Bibliography and index are provided for further reading and easy reference.

A brief glance through the color plates in this book is enough to convince beginning and advanced textile artist alike that a marvelous new world of color is contained within."
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