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Josef Albers Interaction of Color Notecards


Art notecards inspired by The Met collection.

Josef Albers (American, b. Germany, 1888–1976) was able to achieve a seemingly endless range of visual effects through color and geometry. Following his impactful years teaching at the Bauhaus in Germany, Albers joined the faculty at Yale, where he served as chair of the university's Department of Design from 1950–58. These notecards highlight select illustrations in Interaction of Color (1963), Albers's best-selling book published by Yale University Press that profoundly influenced the way color was observed, studied, and taught.

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