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color scale by Tobias  Mayer during the 1700s, this is the beginning of color theory as a science in and of itself

Tobias Mayer’s colour triangle was first published in 1775 by the Göttinger physicist Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

Chromatic scale of colours arranged as a chart by James Sowerby (1807). Fine art print from The Royal Society Print Shop.

Chromatic scale of colours arranged as a chart by James Sowerby Fine art print from The Royal Society Print Shop.

lindahall:  Spectra of Daylight through Coloured Gasses & Vapours.  Plates from William Allen Miller’s article On some cases of lines in the prismatic spectrum. Featured in Linda Hall Library’s exhibition, Wheels, Pyramids, and Spinning Tops: The Scientific Approach to Color. (Source: lhldigital.lindahall.org)

Spectra of Daylight through Coloured Gasses Vapours. Plates from William Allen Miller’s article On some cases of lines in the prismatic spectrum. Part of the digital collection Color and Optics.

George Field's colour-circle which appeared in 1846 in a book about «Chromatics», which dealt with the analogies and harmonies of colours.

Field, «Chromatics, of the Analogy, Harmony and Philosophy of Colours

英国艺术家Arthur Buxton对文森特·梵高的28幅画作所作的色彩分析,提取出了梵高最钟情的颜色

Pattern/Design/Art/Illustration/inspiration Arthur Buxton's set of Van Gogh pie-charts; each one represents the color-distribution in a famous Van Gogh painting

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