Interaction of color

Author Josef Albers American, born Germany
Publisher Yale University Press

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The illustrations are studies composed of color-printed paper and mounted colored paper, some with cutouts. Many folders have more than one leaf of illustrations.

Several studies by prominent artists and authors, including Albers, William Bailey, Robert Engman, Janet Fish, Jay Maisel, and Mark Strand.

"Commentary" (48 p. ; 33 cm.) annotates the 80 folders of illustrations. Roman numbers on folders correspond to chapters in the main text. Issued in cloth-covered slipcase

Interaction of color, Josef Albers (American (born Germany), Bottrop 1888–1976 New Haven, Connecticut)

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