The natural system of colours, wherein is displayed the regular and beautiful order and arrangement, arising from the three primitives, red, blue, and yellow, the manner in which each colour is formed, and its composition, the dependance they have on each
Harris, Moses, 1731?-1785?
Licester-Fields Laidler's Office ca. 1766
8 p. col. plates. 36 cm.
Major Statement of Scientific Theory (B) Nomenclature, Color Systems and Color Standards (C)
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ND1486 H37 (LC) Oversize
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Faber Birren Collection of Books on Color
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