ALBERS, Josef. Interaction of Color. Folder and pamphlet. 80, 48 pp. With eighty colour screenprint plates. Folio, loose as issued in the original cloth folders and cloth box. With a folio volume, 346 x 263 mm, bound in full cloth. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1963.
A major twentieth-century American illustrated book, which has now become quite rare. The text and eighty silk-screened plates form a summation of Albers' teachings in colour relatedness. He demonstrates the facets of colour changes, illusions, and influences produced by the multiple "interactions of color." An indispensable document of modern American art, issued in an unspecified limited edition. Some light toning and minor foxing to the last fasicule, overall very good.
Item nr. 169034