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Interaction of Color
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Ground breaking work for Joseph Albers (1888-1976) in which he was able to codify his theory of colors, how they relate, and which drove his art and design. Produced in an edition of 2000 copies, that were not numbered, this is an important work in art and illustrated books in the 20th century that rarely survives intact. First Printing. 80, 48 pp. 80 color screen print plates in numbered folders. Folio. Albers Text for the set is bound in brown cloth boards; plates and separate Commentary publication in wraps accompanies the plates and is housed with the plates in a separate clamshell box; clamshell box and Text are then housed in a large slipcase. Brown cloth slipcase slightly lighter than volume and clamshell box due to age, each titled embossed in gray on spines and on spine of slipcase.
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