A grammar of color. Arrangement of Strathmore Papers in a variety of printed color combinations according to the Munsell Color System. With an introduction by Professor A.H. Munsell and explanatory text with diagrams illustrating the applications of the system to work in the Graphic Arts. Thomas Maitland Cleland.
A grammar of color. Arrangement of Strathmore Papers in a variety of printed color combinations according to the Munsell Color System. With an introduction by Professor A.H. Munsell and explanatory text with diagrams illustrating the applications of the system to work in the Graphic Arts
A grammar of color. Arrangement of Strathmore Papers in a variety of printed color combinations according to the Munsell Color System. With an introduction by Professor A.H. Munsell and explanatory text with diagrams illustrating the applications of the system to work in the Graphic Arts

A grammar of color. Arrangement of Strathmore Papers in a variety of printed color combinations according to the Munsell Color System. With an introduction by Professor A.H. Munsell and explanatory text with diagrams illustrating the applications of the system to work in the Graphic Arts

Mittineague, Mass. Strathmore Paper Co., 1921. 2 volumes, small folio; 28 text pages followed by 2 plates engraved by Rudolph Ruzicka, and 19 folding color-printed specimens demonstrating color combinations. Cloth-backed boards, cover label. Volume two contains the printed paper specimens (numbered 20-46) as loose overlays with oval cut-out, contained in printed sleeve (some wear). A near fine set without the publisher's slipcase but in new cloth clamshell box. The A.H. Munsell color system explained, designed, and illustrated by Cleland. Rudolph Ruzicka also provided color designs for the specimen sheets. The 46 color sheets show which color combinations go with which color papers--this being also a specimen of Strathmore papers. Usually lacking the loose (but integral) specimens. Item #36831

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