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At Colour Studio, our job as architectural colorists is to please the eye, but visual perception of any one color is one of the hardest variables to control. Josef Albers, German-born American artist and professor, taught that all color is relative. His work explores the variances in color relationships and how subtle shifts in those relationships can have drastic results. Josef Albers "Homage to the Square" Albers stated that "... In visual perception a color is almost never seen as it…
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I have this book, The Interaction of Color by Josef Albers, out of the library at the moment. First published in 1963, it appeared in pape...
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Collage ink chart and diagram for Never Before series.
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View Hommage to the Square (1970) By Albers Josef; Colour silkscreen on Hahnemühle (watermark); 55 x 55 cm; Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
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Instead of clay and marble, Bauhaus master Josef Albers filled his classes with corrugated cardboard, paper streamers, razor blades, and chewing gum.
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Every now and then, I need a break. I just want to be quiet and look at something cool for while. Enter Josef Albers' Homage to a Square.
Julie Vitiello Swanson saved to Art
A review of Josef Alber's text 'Interaction of Color.' Albers was a painter, designer & educator who is regarded as a pioneer of 20th-century Modernism.
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