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Read Along or Enhanced eBook: Colors explode off the page in this energetic, jazzy picture book introducing readers to colors in both English and Spanish. In a style brimming with rhythm and syncopation, author Sherry Shahan introduces nine colors by interweaving images and dance steps. Ecuadoran artist Paula Barragán’s illustrations capture the rhythm and vivacity of the text. This book, which Publishers Weekly called “a feast for the eyes and ears,” received a NAPPA Gold Award and was featured on the PBS Kids program "Between the Lions".
Vibrant, dynamic and funny, this is the perfect introduction to colors for very young readers. Estimulante, dinamico y divertido, este libro es una excelente manera de ensenar los colores a los pequenos lectores.
A boardbook giving examples of colors in solids, fruits and vegetables, and words.
Amusing And Engaging Text Describes How The Color Of An Animal Can Ensure Its survival. Provides Examples Using A Variety Of Animals.
Introduces young readers to the primary and secondary colors using images from the artwork of the American artist on panels that slide to reveal either the English or the Spanish name of the color. On board pages.
Many challenges hinder the historical study of early modern color. These essays offer a way forward through the category of ‘color worlds’—constituted by practices, concepts and objects—and examine the emergence of the languages and objects used to communicate between them.
During the first two decades of the nineteenth century, two of the most significant theoretical works on color since Leonardo da Vinci's Trattato della Pittura were written and published in Germany: Arthur Schopenhauer's On Vision and Colors and Philipp Otto Runge's Color Sphere. For Schopenhauer, vision is wholly subjective in nature and characterized by processes that cross over into the territory of philosophy. Runge's Color Sphere and essay "The Duality of Color" contained one of the first attempts to depict a comprehensive and harmonious color system in three dimensions. Runge intended his color sphere to be understood not as a product of art, but rather as a "mathematical figure of various philosophical reflections." By bringing these two visionary color theories together within a broad theoretical context—philosophy, art, architecture, and design—this volume uncovers their enduring influence on our own perception of color and the visual world around us.