Joseph Albers

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Goethe'sTriangle: Joseph Albers was an influential teacher, writer, painter, and color theorist—now best known for the Homages to the Square. In 1925 he was the first Bauhaus student to be asked to join the faculty and become a "master" there Josef Albers, Anni Albers, Triangles, Illustration Art, Illustrations, Photocollage, Color Studies, Art Graphique, Grafik Design

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Op Art by Josef Albers Josef Albers, Anni Albers, Hirshhorn Museum, Art Graphique, Op Art, Sacred Geometry, Textures Patterns, Geometric Shapes, Abstract Art

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guggenheim-art: “Bent Dark Gray by Josef Albers, Guggenheim Museum Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Estate of Karl Nierendorf, By purchase © 2016 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation /. Josef Albers, Anni Albers, Art And Illustration, Illustrations, Op Art, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Hard Edge Painting, Plakat Design

Josef Albers "Bent Black A", 1940 (USA, Abstract Art / Hard Edge Painting, 20th cent.)

forest olive gab, teal denim, ecru linlook, khaki basketweave (desperately need darker khaki, not grayish or yellowish) Bauhaus, Joseph Albers, Anni Albers, Hard Edge Painting, Elements And Principles, Color Studies, Art Moderne, Art Abstrait, Artist Art

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Shades of a single color are always a good choice. There are several of creative ways to use something like this (in any color). Design Crafts, Design Art, Joseph Albers, Hard Edge Painting, Identity Art, Rainbow Art, Red Aesthetic, Textures Patterns, Paint Patterns

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March 15 2018 at from Josef Albers, Anni Albers, Illustrated Words, Abstract Words, Art Walk, Color Studies, Art Abstrait, Paintings I Love, Colors

Josef Albers (Germany, 1888-America, 1976)

Josef Albers was one of the most serious theoreticians of color in the recent history of 20th century art. Working frequently with a series of nested squares of varying colors, he explores the way that the eye sees color. We offer a number of original lithographs and screenprints from his explorations of the square as a vehicle for experiencing color. Homage to the Square: In these totally abstract works, a series of squares of different sizes is employed to study the effects of colors to…

Josef Albers, Untitled (for Never Before), ca. Bauhaus, Joseph Albers, Anni Albers, Willem De Kooning, Famous Artists, American Artists, Artist Art, Art History, Screen Printing

Josef Albers | Untitled (for Never Before) | The Met

red, green, pinkish-brown, light pink, gray.

my 2 fav colors Colour Block, Color Blocking, Joseph Albers, Anni Albers, Color Studies, Mondrian, Tapestry Weaving, Color Theory, Bauhaus

Josef Albers: Interaction of Color

I got half way through this book today, which, before now, would sit on my desk staring at me while I got other loose ends tied away. Great book – shame about the spelling of ‘colour’. It’s about more than just the colour illusions we’ve all seen before – understanding them, and reacting with that knowledge, will make for even more measured and reasoned design. I liked his following opinion of colour-handling…though it is questionable in some ways: ‘good colouring is comparable to good…