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Art Theory Text with Color-Solid Diagram

Date

1941

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Artist: Stuart Davis, American 1892 - 1964

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Mrs. Stuart Davis, 1967.79.187

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© President and Fellows of Harvard College

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Art Theory Text with Color-Solid Diagram

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Artist: Stuart Davis, American 1892 - 1964

Date

1941

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Now it must be noted that the three areas of the diagram only have existence because two colors have been juxtaposed. If another color, red for example, had been used to draw the white line-area, the diagram would be different. I don't mean psychologically different, but objectively different. There would be the same two black areas in relation to a red area, instead of a white area. This is a dimensional difference, because it is the visual appearance of a dimensional relation. The psychological and emotional associations of color are subjective, at to think about at as necessary to do so it objectively/in terms of a dimensional system. This diagram, based on the Color-Solid of Ostwald, (simplified and chang ed for practical application to pigment mixing), illustrates the dimensional system of color This Color-Solid includes the complete scope of perceptible color, and any possible color-tone can be given its correct relative position within its limits. It shows that the positional relationship of white to black is a different one than red to black, and this proves that the color difference between the red and white lines in our first diagram is a difference in real dimensional position. Since the red and white lines are identical in their first and second dimensions, horizontal and vertical, their difference in color can be described as another dimension, a third dimension. That is why I believe it is correct to refer to the space
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