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Tone Relations in Painting by Arthur Upham Pope

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Tone Relations in Painting
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Publisher: Harvard university press
ISBN/ASIN: 1313426474
Number of pages: 88

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This pamphlet, a large portion of which ia typewritten form has been in use for several years, has been written primarily for the needs of the students in the courses in drawing and painting in Harvard University and Radcliffe College; but as an elementary statement of the theory of tone relations, containing also a certain amount of new contribution to the subject, it may be of use to others.

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