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  1. Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage, Compte rendu (1931).
  2. S. M. Newhall, D. Nickerson, and D. B. Judd, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 33, 385 (1943).
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  3. P. Moon and D. E. Spencer, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 33, 270 (1943).
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  4. From the voluminous literature on the art of color, the following may be mentioned: Maitland Graves, The Art of Color and Design (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1941); Cyril Pearce, Composition (Scribner’s Sons, London, 1927). A. W. Dow, Composition (Doubleday, Page and Company, New York, 1919); Walter Sargent, The Enjoyment and Use of Color (Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1923); O. N. Rood, Textbook of Color (D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1916); Roland Rood, Color and Light in Painting (Columbia University Press, New York, 1941); C. G. Cutler and S. C. Pepper, Modern Color (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1923); E. N. Vanderpoel, Color Problems (Longmans, Green and Company, London, 1902); F. Birren, Monument to Color (New York, 1938); Strathmore Paper Company, A Grammar of Color (Mittineague, Massachusetts, 1921); O. J. Tonks, Color Practice in Schools (Winsor and Newton, London); E. Burris-Meyer, Historical Color Guide (William Helburn, New York, 1938); Hilaire Hiller, Color Harmony and Pigments (New York, 1942).
  5. J. W. von Goethe, Farbenlehre (Weimar, 1810).
  6. E. Chevreul, De la Loi du Contraste Simultané des Couleurs (Paris, 1889).
  7. George Field, Chromatics (London, 1845).
  8. A. H. Munsell, A Color Notation (Munsell Color Company, Baltimore, 1941).
  9. W. v. Bezold, The Theory of Color (American edition, Boston, 1876).
  10. E. Brücke, Die Physiologie der Farben (Leipzig, 1866); Les Couleurs (Paris, 1866).
  11. W. Ostwald, Die Harmonie der Farben (Leipzig, 1922); Farbkunde (Leipzig, 1923); Color Science, translated into English by J. S. Taylor (Vol. I, London, 1931; Vol. II, London, 1933).
  12. F. Birren, Color Dimensions (Crimson Press, Chicago, 1934).
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  14. D. E. Spencer, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 33, 10 (1943).
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  15. B. R. Bellamy and S. M. Newhall, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 32, 465 (1942).
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  16. E. C. Allen and J. P. Guilford, Am. J. Psychol. 48, 643 (1936).
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1943 (3)

1942 (2)

1936 (1)

E. C. Allen and J. P. Guilford, Am. J. Psychol. 48, 643 (1936).
[Crossref]

1931 (1)

Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage, Compte rendu (1931).

Allen, E. C.

E. C. Allen and J. P. Guilford, Am. J. Psychol. 48, 643 (1936).
[Crossref]

Bellamy, B. R.

Bezold, W. v.

W. v. Bezold, The Theory of Color (American edition, Boston, 1876).

Birren, F.

F. Birren, Color Dimensions (Crimson Press, Chicago, 1934).

Bond, M. E.

Brücke, E.

E. Brücke, Die Physiologie der Farben (Leipzig, 1866); Les Couleurs (Paris, 1866).

Chevreul, E.

E. Chevreul, De la Loi du Contraste Simultané des Couleurs (Paris, 1889).

Field, George

George Field, Chromatics (London, 1845).

Graves, Maitland

From the voluminous literature on the art of color, the following may be mentioned: Maitland Graves, The Art of Color and Design (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1941); Cyril Pearce, Composition (Scribner’s Sons, London, 1927). A. W. Dow, Composition (Doubleday, Page and Company, New York, 1919); Walter Sargent, The Enjoyment and Use of Color (Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1923); O. N. Rood, Textbook of Color (D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1916); Roland Rood, Color and Light in Painting (Columbia University Press, New York, 1941); C. G. Cutler and S. C. Pepper, Modern Color (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1923); E. N. Vanderpoel, Color Problems (Longmans, Green and Company, London, 1902); F. Birren, Monument to Color (New York, 1938); Strathmore Paper Company, A Grammar of Color (Mittineague, Massachusetts, 1921); O. J. Tonks, Color Practice in Schools (Winsor and Newton, London); E. Burris-Meyer, Historical Color Guide (William Helburn, New York, 1938); Hilaire Hiller, Color Harmony and Pigments (New York, 1942).

Guilford, J. P.

E. C. Allen and J. P. Guilford, Am. J. Psychol. 48, 643 (1936).
[Crossref]

Judd, D. B.

Moon, P.

Munsell, A. H.

A. H. Munsell, A Color Notation (Munsell Color Company, Baltimore, 1941).

Newhall, S. M.

Nickerson, D.

Nickerson, Dorothy

Ostwald, W.

W. Ostwald, Die Harmonie der Farben (Leipzig, 1922); Farbkunde (Leipzig, 1923); Color Science, translated into English by J. S. Taylor (Vol. I, London, 1931; Vol. II, London, 1933).

Spencer, D. E.

von Goethe, J. W.

J. W. von Goethe, Farbenlehre (Weimar, 1810).

Am. J. Psychol. (1)

E. C. Allen and J. P. Guilford, Am. J. Psychol. 48, 643 (1936).
[Crossref]

Compte rendu (1)

Commission Internationale de L’Eclairage, Compte rendu (1931).

J. Opt. Soc. Am. (5)

Other (9)

From the voluminous literature on the art of color, the following may be mentioned: Maitland Graves, The Art of Color and Design (McGraw-Hill, New York, 1941); Cyril Pearce, Composition (Scribner’s Sons, London, 1927). A. W. Dow, Composition (Doubleday, Page and Company, New York, 1919); Walter Sargent, The Enjoyment and Use of Color (Scribner’s Sons, New York, 1923); O. N. Rood, Textbook of Color (D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1916); Roland Rood, Color and Light in Painting (Columbia University Press, New York, 1941); C. G. Cutler and S. C. Pepper, Modern Color (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1923); E. N. Vanderpoel, Color Problems (Longmans, Green and Company, London, 1902); F. Birren, Monument to Color (New York, 1938); Strathmore Paper Company, A Grammar of Color (Mittineague, Massachusetts, 1921); O. J. Tonks, Color Practice in Schools (Winsor and Newton, London); E. Burris-Meyer, Historical Color Guide (William Helburn, New York, 1938); Hilaire Hiller, Color Harmony and Pigments (New York, 1942).

J. W. von Goethe, Farbenlehre (Weimar, 1810).

E. Chevreul, De la Loi du Contraste Simultané des Couleurs (Paris, 1889).

George Field, Chromatics (London, 1845).

A. H. Munsell, A Color Notation (Munsell Color Company, Baltimore, 1941).

W. v. Bezold, The Theory of Color (American edition, Boston, 1876).

E. Brücke, Die Physiologie der Farben (Leipzig, 1866); Les Couleurs (Paris, 1866).

W. Ostwald, Die Harmonie der Farben (Leipzig, 1922); Farbkunde (Leipzig, 1923); Color Science, translated into English by J. S. Taylor (Vol. I, London, 1931; Vol. II, London, 1933).

F. Birren, Color Dimensions (Crimson Press, Chicago, 1934).

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Figures (7)

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Fig. 1

The metric colorspace, showing the cartesian coordinate system (ω1, ω2, ω3) and the cylindrical system (r, θ, z).

Fig. 2
Fig. 2

Regions of similarity and contrast in a plane z=const. (constant Munsell value).

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Regions of similarity and contrast in a plane θ=const. (constant hue).

Fig. 4
Fig. 4

Regions of similarity and contrast in a plane θ=const. (constant hue). Same as Fig. 3 but replotted in terms of Munsell value and chroma.

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Fig. 5

A two-color achromatic harmony of contrast. Equal areas of N 3 and N 6.

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A three-color achromatic harmony of analogy. Equal areas of N 4, N 5, and N 6.

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Fig. 7

A three-color achromatic harmony of contrast. Equal areas of N 1, N 5, and N 9.

Tables (14)

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Table I Desirable and ambiguous intervals between colors (ω space).

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Table II Desirable and ambiguous intervals between colors (Munsell system).

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Table III Ambiguity, similarity, and contrast in a plane of constant hue expressed in Munsell notation (see Fig. 4).

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Table IV Classification of harmonies.

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Table V Class I. Harmonies in one variable.

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Table VI Class I. Harmonies in one variable.

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Table VII Class I. Harmonies in one variable.

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Table VIII Class I. Harmonies in one variable.

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Table IX Class II. Harmonies in two variables.

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Table X Class II. Harmonies in two variables.

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Table XI Class II. Harmonies in two variables.

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Table XII Class II. Harmonies in two variables.

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Table XIII Class II. Harmonies in two variables.

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Table XIV Class II. Harmonies in three variables.

Equations (1)

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ω 1 = r cos θ ω 2 = z ω 3 = r sin θ . }