By Sanzo Wada
Sanzo Wada (1883-1967) was an artist, teacher, costume and kimono designer during a turbulent time in avant-garde Japanese art and cinema. Wada was ahead of his time in developing traditional and Western influenced color combinations, helping to lay the foundations for contemporary color research.
Based on his original 6-volume work from the 1930s, this book offers 348 color combinations, as attractive and sensuous as the book’s own design.
Paperback, 256 pages, 2011.
4.3 x 0.7 x 5.9 in.
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