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Quiller, Stephen Color Choices
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Quiller, Stephen

Color Choices

Making Color Sense Out of Color Theory

€ 24.95

Discusses color relationships and the color wheel, tells how to develop color schemes, and shows a variety of paintings


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Introduction 8(2)
The Color Wheel
10(16)
What Is a Color Wheel?
12(1)
My Color Wheel Specifically
13(5)
Colors on the Quiller Wheel
Table of Colors and Paint Manufacturers
Locating Colors on the Outside of the Quiller Wheel
18(2)
Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary Complements
Other Pure Complementary Colors That Create Beautiful Semineutrals
Locating Colors on the Inside of the Quiller Wheel
20(2)
Earth Colors and Their Complements
How to Find Colors Not on the Wheel
Using This Color Information for Other Media
Mixing Fresh, Vibrant Color
22(1)
Organizing a Workable Palette
23(1)
Paintings Based on a Pure Color Palette
24(2)
Monochromatic and Complementary Color Schemes
26(26)
The Monochromatic Color Scheme
28(10)
Value and Color Relationships
The Range of the Monochromatic Scheme
Black
White
Organizing Values in a Monochromatic Color Scheme
Six Studies
Paintings Using the Monochromatic Color Scheme
Workshop: Monochromatic Color Schemes
The Complementary Color Scheme
38(14)
Complements in Nature
Warm and Cool Complements
Creating Balance Through Warm and Cool Colors
Ways to Mix a Neutral
Applying Color to Create Semineutrals
Semineutrals Make Pure Color Sing
Dominant and Subordinate Color
Six Studies
Three Paintings
Workshop: Complementary Color Schemes
Analogous and Split Complementary Color Schemes
52(26)
The Analogous Color Scheme
54(12)
Using Analogous Colors in a Study
Selecting Analogous Colors
Analogous Color Schemes Create Harmonious Color
The Full Range of the Analogous Scheme
Using Dominant and Subordinate Color
An Analogous Scheme in a High-Key Relationship
One Pure Accent, with Two Semineutrals
Analogous Semineutrals
Analogous Colors of Full Intensity
Six Studies
Three Paintings
Workshop: Analogous Color Schemes
The Split-Complementary Color Scheme
66(12)
Selecting Colors for the Split-Complementary Color Scheme
Color Relationships in the Split-Complementary Color Scheme
Mixing Semi-neutrals with the Split Complement
Mixing Semineutrals with Direct Complements
Color Proportions in the Split-Complementary Color Scheme
Applying Split-Complementary Color in a Transparent-Opaque Manner
Interaction of Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque
Glazing with Split-Complementary Color
Six Studies
Three Paintings
Workshop: Split-Complementary Color Schemes
Triadic Color Schemes
78(17)
Choosing Colors for a Triadic Color Scheme
80(15)
Dominant, Subordinate, and Intermediate Color
The Primary Triad-Yellow, Blue, and Red
Secondary Triadic Color Schemes
Tertiary Triadic Color Schemes
Other Possibilities of Pure Hue Triads
Triads Using Pure Hue and Semineutral Tube Colors
Semineutral Triadic Color Schemes
Three Paintings
Workshop: Triadic Color Schemes
Going Beyond Structured Color
95(29)
Working on Location
96(8)
Using the Quiller Wheel to Set Up a Palette
My Painting Approach on Location
Altering the Traveling Palette
Other Palette Arrangements
Developing Studio Paintings from On-Location Color Studies
104(6)
Four Paintings
Paint Applications
110(8)
Glazing Methods for Transparent and Translucent Color
A Controversial Combination: Transparent and Opaque Color
Tips for Combining Transparent and Opaque Color
Interaction of Transparent, Translucent, and Opaque Color
Energizing the Painting Surface
Inner Vision
118(6)
Workshop: Going Beyond Structured Color Schemes
Master Colorists
124(18)
Dutch Painters
126(1)
Rembrandt van Rijn
Jan Vermeer
English Painters
127(1)
J. M. W. Turner
William Blake
Samuel Palmer
Impressionists
128(2)
Claude Monet
Edgar Degas
Mary Cassatt
Postimpressionists
130(2)
Paul Cezanne
Vincent van Gogh
Paul Gauguin
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Pierre Bonnard
Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Painters
132(3)
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida
Winslow Homer
John Singer Sargent
John Henry Twachtman
Arthur Melville
The Eight and Its School
135(1)
Robert Henri
John Sloan
The Taos School
136(1)
More American Painters
137(4)
Newell Convers Wyeth
Edward Hopper
George Bellows
Georgia O`Keeffe
Andrew Wyeth
Wayne Thiebaud
Wolf Kahn
Historical Perspective on Color Theory
141(1)
Epilogue 142(1)
Bibliography 143(1)
Index 144
Extra informatie: 
Paperback / softback
144 pagina's
Januari 2002
635 gram
279 x 216 x 13 mm
Watson-Guptill Pubns us

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