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Color Influencing Form (A Color Coursebook) By Roy Osborne
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‘Color Influencing Form’ offers a compact, comprehensive and inexpensive coursebook for the study of color in art and design. In 35,000 words it methodically covers all basic color theory... More > for visual artists and designers, including relationships between light sources, surfaces and vision, visual illusions, and symbolic and functional aspects of color. It further proposes how color can be examined creatively in relation to the perception of form, including figure-ground division, contour, tone and texture, opacity and transparency, spatial ambiguity, and perspective of color, detail, size, and shape.< Less
Abstract Colour Paintings By Roy Osborne
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'Roy Osborne: Abstract Colour Paintings (2008-2015)' presents an annotated survey of recent paintings by the author. An accomplished colourist, colour theorist and colour historian, Roy Osborne's... More > previous publications include 'Lights and Pigments: Colour Principles for Artists', 'Color Influencing Form: A Color Coursebook', 'Books on Colour 1495-2015: History and Bibliography', 'Sicily Herald and the Blazon of Colours', 'Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours' and 'Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours'.< Less
Pigments of the Imagination By Roy Osborne
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‘Pigments of the Imagination’ presents an essay on abstraction followed by an annotated survey of paintings by the author completed between 2008 and 2015. As an artist and educator, Roy... More > Osborne has sustained particular interest in the theory and practice of colour. In 1980 he published ‘Lights and Pigments’, linking new and traditional art media with information on light sources, colorants, colour vision, measurement, reproduction and perception. Later publications include ‘Color Influencing Form’ (2004), ‘Books on Colour 1495-2015’ (2015), ‘Sicily Herald and the Blazon of Colours’ (2015), ‘Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours’ (2015), and 'Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours' (2016).< Less
Books on Colour 1495-2015: History and Bibliography By Roy Osborne
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A comprehensive history and A-Z bibliography of books on colour published in European languages between 1495 and 2015 on all branches the arts, sciences, education, design and technology. An... More > invaluable reference for locating information and research into colour theory and practice.< Less
Sicily Herald and the Blazon of Colours (Renaissance Colour Symbolism I) By Roy Osborne
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‘Sicily Herald and the Blazon of Colours’ brings together the original texts with original English translations of two closely related primary sources on Renaissance colour symbolism.... More > ‘Le Blason de toutes armes et éscutz’ (The blazon of all arms and shields) was completed about 1420 by Jean Courtois (c. 1375-1436), the Sicily Herald, and printed in Paris in 1495. The second, ‘Le Blason des couleurs en armes, livrées, et devises’ (The blazon of colours in arms, liveries and devices), by Gilles Corrozet (1510-68), was published in Paris in 1527 by Pierre Le Brodeur. They were first two books on colour to be printed in Europe, and are now available in English for the first time in five centuries. Roy Osborne is an artist, educator and historian, and author of books on colour. He was awarded the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less
Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours (Renaissance Colour Symbolism II) By Roy Osborne
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‘Telesio and Morato on the Meaning of Colours’ brings together the original texts with original English translations of two closely related primary sources on Renaissance colour... More > symbolism. The first is the ‘Libellus de coloribus’ (Booklet on colours), the most extensive lexicon of colour terminology of its time, published in Venice in 1528 by Antonio Telesio (1482-1534), who latinised his name as Antonius Thylesius. The second is ‘Del significato de’ colori’ (On the signification of colours), the most extensive digest of current and classical colour meanings of its time, published in Venice in 1535 by Fulvio Pellegrino Morato (c. 1483-1548). They were the third and fourth books on colour to be printed in Europe. Roy Osborne is an artist, educator and historian, and author of books on colour. He was awarded the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less
Renaissance Colour Symbolism By Roy Osborne
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Renaissance Colour Symbolism brings together texts and translations of the four earliest printed books on the meaning of colours: Le Blason de toutes armes et éscutz (1495) by Jean Courtois,... More > the Sicily Herald, Le Blason des couleurs en armes, livrées et devises (1527) by Gilles Corrozet, Libellus de coloribus (1528) by Antonio Telesio (Thylesius), and Del significato de’ colori (1535) by Fulvio Pellegrino Morato. Parts of three other early books are included, from The Accedens of Armory (1562) by Gerard Legh, Trattato dell’arte della pittura, scoltura, et archittetura (1584) by Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo, and A Tracte Containing the Artes of Curious Paintinge, Carvinge and Buildinge (1598) by Richard Haydocke. Roy Osborne is an artist, educator and historian, and author of books on colour. He was awarded the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less
Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours (Reniassance Colour Symbolism III) By Roy Osborne
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Leigh and Lomazzo on the Virtue of Colours (Renaissance Colour Symbolism III) brings together relevant extracts from four sources. The first is The Accedens of Armory, published in London in 1562 by... More > Gerard Leigh (c. 1520-63). The second is the Trattato dell’arte della pittura, scoltura, et archittetura, published in Milan in 1584 by Giovanni Paolo Lomazzo (1538-92), parts of which were translated by Richard Haydocke (1570-1642) as A Tracte Containing the Artes of Curious Paintinge, Carvinge and Buildinge, published in Oxford in 1598. Also included is the Trattato de i colori nelle arme, nelle livree, et nelle devise, the Italian translation of Le Blason des couleurs en armes, livrees, et devises, by the Sicily Herald (Jean Courtois) and Gilles Corrozet and published in Paris in 1527. Roy Osborne was awarded the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less
Catalogue Raisonné: Artworks By Roy Osborne
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Complete catalogue of artworks since 1968, with illustrations, annotations and notes. Roy Osborne is a British artist, educator and historian, and author and editor of books on colour. He was awarded... More > the Turner Medal of the Colour Group (Great Britain) in 2003, and the Colour in Art, Design and Environment Medal of the International Colour Association in 2019.< Less

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