10 nov c - Michele Eugne Chevreul's understanding of the...

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Michele Eugène Chevreul’s  understanding of the  relationships between colors  came from his work for the  Gobelins tapestry factory. Tapestry designers and weavers would choose colors for the compositions and then select the  appropriate thread with which to  weave the colors. When finished, the tapestries did  not look like the designs and  some areas of color did not  match the color of the thread that  was used to create that part of  the tapestry. Chevreul figured out that it was the proximity of one color to another that caused the eye to  see  a color that differed from the  color
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Claude Monet,  On the Bank of the Seine, Bennecourt  (1868) oil on canvas, 32” x 39 ½”
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Claude Monet,  Impression, Sunrise  (1872) oil on canvas, 18 13/16” x 24 7/8”
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Camille Pissarro,  Wooded Landscape at L’Hermitage, Pointoise  (1878) oil on canvas, 18 5/16” x 22 1/16”
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir,  Moulin de la Galette  (1876) oil on canvas, 4’ 3 ½’ x 5’ 9”
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2009 for the course ARTS 150 taught by Professor Caffey during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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