Sanzo Wada 1883 1967 was an artist, teacher, costume and kimono designer during a turbulent time in avant garde Japanese art and cinema Wada was ahead of his time in developing traditional and Western influenced colour combinations, helping to lay the foundations for contemporary colour research Based on his original 6 volume work from the 1930s, this book offers 348 color combinations, as attractive and sensuous as the books own design....
|Title||:||A Dictionary Of Color Combinations|
|Number of Pages||:||407 Pages|
|File Size||:||763 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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A Dictionary Of Color Combinations Reviews
Wonderful book with high-quality printing. The color combinations are creatively inspiring.
A good small book on color combinations. Reminds me though of color combinations from the 50's
Love the unique combination of colors from the Japan's creative world. I'm an abstract artist and often use this as a starting point for my artwork color combinations, mixing my own paint colors to create art that sings. People often comment on my use of color.
The book is very small - pocket sized.
This is a very interesting little book of color combinations. It is useful as an inspiration point and contains pages in the back of potential cut out swatches to compose your own trios or quads as the examples in the book. I only wish that it had an English translation so that the context could be better understood by non-Japanese readers.
Beautiful treasure full of magical color combinations and inspirational, poetic color names.
I choose this rating because the book is the summary of a long research for special colour combinations we are not used to in Europe. It is surprising and inspiring.
great catalogue of colours