Table of contents for Color / edited by David Batchelor.

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ON COLOUR AND COLOURS 1846¿2007//022
Charles Baudelaire The Salon of 1846, 1846//024
John Ruskin The Elements of Drawing, 1857//027
Charles Baudelaire The Life and Work of Eugène
Delacroix, 1863//030
Charles Blanc The Grammar of Painting and
Engraving, 1867//031
Vincent van Gogh On Shades of Grey, 1882//034
Alphonse Allais Titles of Monochrome Paintings,
Herman Melville The Whiteness of the Whale,
Arthur Rimbaud A Season in Hell, 1873//036
Gustave Moreau On Colour, 1893//037
Joris-Karl Huysmans Against Nature, 1884//037
Max Nordau Degeneration, 1892//040
Paul Gauguin Notes on Colour, 1896¿98//042
Paul Signac The Education of the Eye, 1899//046
Maurice Denis Cézanne, 1907//048
Rainer Maria Rilke Letter on Cézanne, 1907//049
Henri Matisse Notes of a Painter, 1908//051
Roger Fry An Essay in Aesthetics, 1909//052
Umberto Boccioni, Carlo Carrà, Luigi Russolo,
Giacomo Balla, Gino Severini Futurist Painting:
Technical Manifesto, 1910//053
Wassily Kandinsky Concerning the Spiritual in Art,
Oswald Spengler The Decline of the West, 1918//060
Walter Benjamin A Child¿s View of Colour, 1914¿15//061
Walter Benjamin Aphorisms on Imagination
and Colour, 1914¿15//063
Clive Bell The Aesthetic Hypothesis, 1914//063
Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger Cubism, 1912//064
Robert Delaunay To Maximovitch Minsky, 1912¿18//066
Piet Mondrian The New Plastic in Painting, 1917//067
C.E. Jeanneret (Le Corbusier) and Amédée Ozenfant
Purism, 1920//082
Kazimir Malevich Non-Objective Art and Suprematism,
Naum Gabo and Anton Pevsner The Realistic
Manifesto, 1920//074
Aleksandr Rodchenko Line, 1921//075
Paul Klee On Modern Art, 1924//077
Le Corbusier A Coat of Whitewash: The Law of Ripolin,
Theo van Doesburg Space-Time and Colour, 1928//082
Theo van Doesburg Towards White Painting, 1929//086
Robert Delaunay Note on Orphism, c. 1928¿30//087
Osip Brik Photography versus Painting, 1926//087
Carl Jung The Archetypes and the Collective
Unconscious, 1934//088
Adrian Stokes Colour and Form, 1937//089
Mark Rothko Objective Impressionism, c. 1940¿41//090
Fernand Léger On Monumentality and Colour,
Henri Matisse The Role and Modalities of Colour,
Henri Matisse Black is a Colour, 1946//097
Sergei Eisenstein On Colour, 1947//098
Ludwig Wittgenstein Philosophical Investigations,
Ludwig Wittgenstein Remarks on Colour, 1950//103
Bernard Berenson Colour, 1950//105
Carlos Cruz-Diez Reflections on Colour, 1954//107
Victor Vasarely Notes for a Manifesto, 1955//109
Aldous Huxley The Doors of Perception, 1954//112
Henri Michaux With Mescaline, 1956//114
Yves Klein War between Line and Colour, or
of Colours, 1996//212
Owada Feeling Blue, 1997//214
Yoko Ono On White, 1997//215
Victoria Finlay The End of the Rainbow, 2002//215
Magnetic Fields Reno Dakota, 2000//217
Rem Koolhaas The Future of Colours is Looking
Bright, 2001//218
David Batchelor Chromophobia, 2000//219
Daniel Buren Interview with Jérôme Sans, 2006//220
Ellsworth Kelly On Colour, 2007//221
Rachel Whiteread On Colour, 2007//222
Linda Besemer On Colour, 2007//223
Melanie Smith On Colour, 2007//223
Beatriz Milhazes La Leçon de peinture, 2007//224
David Reed Colour Game, 2007//225
Susan Hiller On Colour, 2007//226
James Welling Notes on Colour, 2007//228
Yinka Shonibare Colour: Imperialism, Race
and Taste, 2007//231
Jimmie Durham On Colour, 2007//232
Mel Bochner On Colour, 2007//232
Tacita Dean Magic Hour, 2007//233

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Color in art.
Art, Modern.