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The purpose of the system is to establish a law of «Simultaneous Contrast». Leonardo da Vinci had probably been the first to notice that, wh...

Michel Eugene Chevreul, From an article by Jude Stewart - The Wonderful Color Wheel.

Illustration from 'The Colour Atlas' by Albert H Munsell, 1913. Munsell's colour model featured contrasting colours opposite each other and this illustration depicts the variations in hue, tonal value and saturation between two contrasting colours.

Illustration from 'The Colour Atlas' by Albert H Munsell, Munsell's colour model featured contrasting colours opposite each other and this illustration depicts the variations in hue, tonal value and saturation between two contrasting colours.

The Wonderful Color Wheel: Part 3 - Print Magazine

The Wonderful Color Wheel: Part 3

Chevreul- (chemist & director of a dye house) used a 12 step color wheel, introduced some of the "principles of harmony" & influenced some of the impressionists

Notación Munsell Color de Sistema                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Color Notation - Color theorists have developed various systems of notation for the three color attributes of hue, value, and saturation.

Vision stéréoscopique. René Descartes. [Histoire de l'ophtalmologie : https://pinterest.com/mediamed/ophthalmology-oldies/].

Rene Descartes, Diagram of vision and the effect of parallax. From Tractatus de homine et de formatione foetus.

da vinci drawings GEOMETRY - Buscar con Google

'In the Style & Geometry of the Amati School' by instrument designer & violin maker David Gusset. A violin design based on the Golden Ratio. via Gusset Violins

Arthur Pope - The system is based on three basic colours, red, green and blue, and thus creates 12 main colours, arranging them in a pleasing colour-solid of varying triangles which allows for differences in intensity and saturation.

Arthur Pope - The system is based on three basic colours, red, green and blue, and thus creates 12 main colours, arranging them in a pleasing colour-solid of varying triangles which allows for differences in intensity and saturation.

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