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“Color Problems”, by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel

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In developing curriculum on color studies, an inspiring body of existing work emerged.


Alan Bruton contributed the introduction to the first reprinting of the 1902 book “Color Problems, a Practical Guide to the Lay Student of Color” by Emily Noyes Vanderpoel.


The introduction provides contemporary context in art and design for Vanderpoel’s work.


The life, subject matter, means of production and produced works of this remarkable early design thinker and proto-abstractionist,  is being researched and documented for exhibition and reinterpretation.


To order the book follow this link:

Color Problems


For the New York Times article by Julie Lasky about the re-publication of the book:

New Life for a 1902 Color Manual

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