Naming Colors

Naming Colors Everywhere we look we see colour and there are millions of different colours which can t be seen by the human eye This is a collection of amusing stories which explain how colours were named

  • Title: Naming Colors
  • Author: Ariane Dewey
  • ISBN: 9780060212919
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everywhere we look we see colour, and there are millions of different colours which can t be seen by the human eye This is a collection of amusing stories which explain how colours were named.

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    2 thoughts on “Naming Colors

    1. Ariane Dewey Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Naming Colors book, this is one of the most wanted Ariane Dewey author readers around the world.

    2. No one seems to be interested in my display on Capillary Action, so I decided to read one of the books I put out to go with it. Fortunately, I find word origins fascinating, as well as history of color. Dewey covers, very briefly, the origins of over 100 colors, grouped by the subject they were named after, such as from the garden, from jewels, from living things. Each color is carefully represented in the illustration and the index is alphabetical by the color name, but also includes a color sa [...]

    3. I could really relate to this book. Color "names" beyond the primaries and secondaries has always peeved and frustrated me a bit; that's probably because I'm colorblind. Crayola's "yellow-orange" MEANS something to me;"taupe" doesn't. This book explores the wide world of color nomenclature and, in some cases (like "turquoise") history. Enjoyable, interesting non-fiction. Good reading when you're tired of hearing the Republicans & Democrats going at it like cats & dogs or when the news is [...]

    4. This is a wonderful little book about how colors got their name. This book could be a great springboard for geography, history and, of course, art lessons. Interesting and fun!

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