An Eye for Colour
This story follows the life of Josef Albers, who studied and taught art and grew obsessed with colours. At the age of 61, he began to study colour like a scientist. This book is definitely for older readers with a longer attention span but the pages will still fascinate younger ones. There are great examples of how one colour can appear totally different when laid beside two contrasting colours. A fun read for any art fans or little people exploring the world of colour.
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