London: John Lane the Bodley Head, 1940. Hardcover. Octavo. 352 pp., one foldout. Original taupe cloth with blue lettering and ruling on spine, in original dust jacket with pink lettering on spine.
"Colour Co-Ordination is an inquiry into the aesthetic principles that govern the satisfactory assembling of colours, a subject entering as intimate into daily life as into the work of the painter... The work is unusual in being written from the point of view of a practical colourist with life-long experience of the art of painting... From analysis of these principles it has been possible to suggest a constructive theory which offers a new solution of the present problems of colour in the arts." (Publisher). Illustrated with some in-text drawings and a foldout depicting a color square, with hand-painted coloring.
Dust jacket with some chipping along edges. Closed one inch tear at bottom of dust jacket of front cover. Binding with light scratch to cover, light wear to head and tail of spine. Dust jacket in overall good-, binding in good+ to very good, interior in very good+ condition. g- to vg. Item #45554