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1Title:  A color notation: a measured color system, based on the three qualities hue, value, and chroma with illustrative models, charts, and a course of study arranged for teachers   
 Creator:  Munsell, A. H. (Albert Henry), 1858-1918 | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Munsell, A. H. (Albert Henry), 1858-1918 | George H. Ellis Co | Massachusetts Normal Art School | Massachusetts Art Teachers' Association | Twentieth Century Club (Boston, Mass.) | Massachusetts Institute of Technology Society of Arts. | Wadsworth, Howland & Co | Walker Lith. & Pub. Co 
 Publication:  Geo. H. Ellis Co, Boston [Mass.], 1909, c1905 
 Notes:  Name of the author between title and subtitle Publisher's statememt before place of publication "Copyright, 1905 by A.H. Munsell. All rights reserved. Entered at Stationers' Hall"--T.p. verso "At various times during the past ten years, the gist of these pages has been given in the form of lectures to students of the Normal Art School, the Art Teachers' Association, and the Twentieth Century Club. In October of last year it was presented before the Society of Arts of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ..."--Preface to the first edition Includes charts and diagrams Advertisements follow text Plates include protective leaves Includes index Paragraphs are numbered "Published by Wadsworth, Howland & Co., Incorporated, Boston, Mass. Copyrighted 1908; Walker Lith & Pub. Co., Boston, Mass."--Bottom of plate [5] only 
 Extent:  113, [3] p., 5 leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Color | Color guides | Color -- Terminology | Art -- Study and teaching | Lesson planning | Aesthetics | Diana Korzenik Collection | Advertisements United States 20th century

 
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2Title:  A color notation: an illustrated system defining all colors and their relations by measured scales of hue, value, and chroma; made in solid paint for the accompanying color atlas   
 Creator:  Munsell, A. H. (Albert Henry), 1858-1918 | Bianchi, Anselmo | Clifford, H. E. | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Munsell Color (Firm) | George H. Ellis Co | Massachusetts Normal Art School | Massachusetts Art Teachers' Association | Twentieth Century Club (Boston, Mass.) | Massachusetts Institute of Technology Society of Arts. 
 Publication:  Munsell Color Company, Boston [Mass.], 1919, c1905, c1913 
 Notes:  Subtitle between the name of the author of the text and the author of the introduction Publisher's statememt before place of publication, and copyright dates from t.p. verso "Press of Geo. H. Ellis Co., Boston"--T.p. verso "At various times during the past ten years, the gist of these pages has been given in the form of lectures to students of the Normal Art School, the Art Teachers' Association, and the Twentieth Century Club. In October of last year it was presented before the Society of Arts of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology ..."--Preface to the first edition Includes charts and diagrams Bound in beige cloth with blue embossed letters and decoration on top cover Advertisements follow text Includes protective leaf with frontispiece Includes index Paragraphs are numbered 
 Extent:  113, [3] p., 4 leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill. (some col.) ; 20 cm 
 Subjects:  Color | Color guides | Color -- Terminology | Art -- Study and teaching | Lesson planning | Aesthetics | Diana Korzenik Collection | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) United States 20th century | Bookplates (Provenance) United States 20th century | Advertisements United States 20th century

 
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3Title:  The guide and companion to the "Lessons on art."   
 Creator:  Harding, James Duffield, 1798-1863 | Harding, James Duffield, 1798-1863 | Bogue, David, 1807 or 1808-1856 | Barclay, George | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Harding, James Duffield, 1798-1863 | Day & Son | Winsor & Newton 
 Publication:  Day and Son, lithographers to the Queen, 17 Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, David Bogue, 86 Fleet Street, Messrs. Winsor and Newton, artists' colourmen, 38 Rathbone Place; and all printsellers, booksellers, and artists' colourmen in the kingdom, London, [1854] 
 Notes:  Publication date from OCLC Includes half title page "[The author reserves to himself the right of authorising a translation of this work.]." "London: Printed by G. Barclay, Castle St. Leicester Sq."--T.p. verso "I particularly desire it to be understood that every page, whether here or elsewhere written, has been under the guiding principle that all true education of whatever kind consists in the cultivation of the judgment"--Preface, p. [iii] Some illustrations are lithographs 
 Extent:  [1], vi, 178 p., [14] leaves of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Art -- Study and teaching | Drawing -- Study and teaching | Drawing -- Technique | Lesson planning | Aesthetics | Perspective | Diana Korzenik Collection | Textbooks Great Britain 19th century | Lithographs

 
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4Title:  The gate beautiful: being principles and methods in vital art education   
 Creator:  Stimson, John Ward, 1850-1930 | Wygant, Foster | Keel, John S. | Fantin-Latour, Henri, 1836-1904 | Freer, Charles Lang, 1854-1919 | Bentley, W. A. (Wilson Alwyn), 1865-1931 | Parsons, Albert Ross(Professor) | Nimmo, John C., -1908 | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Brandt Press | E.P. Dutton (Firm) | Frederick Keppel & Co | Longmans, Green, and Co 
 Publication:  E.P. Dutton & Company, 681 Fifth Avenue, New York, March 1921 
 Notes:  Date of publication and edition statement from t.p. verso Half-title page reads: The gate of beauty : the philosophy of beauty Includes illustrated initials "Printed at the Brandt Press, Trenton, N.J., U.S.A."--Colophon "For permission to reproduce engravings, thanks are due--and are hereby tendered--to the following: Mr. Henri Fantin-Latour, of Paris, France,and Mr. Charles L. Freer, of Detroit, Michigan ... Professor Albert Ross Parsons, of New York ... Mr. W.A. Bentley, of Jericho, Vermont ... Messrs. Frederick Keppel & Company, of New York ... Messrs. Longmans, Green & Company, of London and New York ... Mr. John C. Nimmo, publisher, of London..."--T.p. verso Bound in navy cloth with blind embossed letters on spine and top cover; gold embossed rule around title on top cover 
 Extent:  420 p. : ill., (some col.) ; 30 cm 
 Subjects:  Art -- Study and teaching | Lesson planning | Aesthetics | Metaphysics | Art -- Philosophy | Art -- Technique | Drawing -- Technique | Drawing -- Study and teaching | Decoration and ornament | Composition (Art) | Diana Korzenik Collection | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) United States 20th century | Letters United States 20th century | Freehand drawings

 
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5Title:  Art for young America   
 Creator:  Nicholas, Florence Williams, 1893- | Trilling, Mabel B. | Lee, Margaret M. | Stephan, Elmer A. (Elmer Albert), 1892- | Whitford, William G. (William Garrison), 1886- | Spofford, Mabel | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Kent, Rockwell, 1882-1971 | Bruegel, Pieter, approximately 1525-1569 | Bellows, George, 1882-1925 | Zuloaga, Ignacio, 1870-1945 | Warner, Everett Longley, 1877-1963 | Lie, Jonas, 1880-1940 | Inness, George, 1825-1894 | Wood, Grant, 1891-1942 | Homer, Winslow, 1836-1910 | Curry, John Steuart, 1897-1946 | Manual Arts Press | Letterpress 
 Publication:  The Manual Arts Press, Peoria, Illinois, c1946 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-281) and index Text includes two mounted colored plates Includes diagrams "Printed in the United States of America by Letterpress"--T.p. verso "This book is a text and reference book for beginning high-school art classes, home-economics classes, and others where art is taught. It may serve as a basic text for the general art course at the same level"--P. 7 Includes facsimiles of students' artwork Bound in yellow cloth with red and black letters on top cover and spine Text illustrated with reproductions by several artists including: Bellows, Curry, Homer, Brueghel, Zuloaga, Warner, Lie, Inness, Wood and Kent Includes half-title page 
 Extent:  286 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill (some col.), facsims., ports. ; 23 
 Subjects:  Art -- Study and teaching | Art -- Technique | Industrial arts | Decorative arts | Art appreciation | Beauty, Personal | Aesthetics | Lesson planning | Architecture -- History | Diana Korzenik Collection | Facsimiles (Publishing) United States 20th century | Inscriptions (Provenance) 20th century | Textbooks United States 20th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) United States 20th century

 
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6Title:  Applied art: drawing, painting, design and handicraft   
 Creator:  Lemos, Pedro J. (Pedro Joseph), 1882-1954 | Spofford, Mabel | Bailey, Henry Turner, 1865-1931 | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Pacific Press Publishing Association 
 Publication:  Pacific Press Publishing Association, Mountain View, California, Omaha, Nebraska, Portland, Oregon, Brookfield, Illinois, Cristobal, Canal Zone [Panama], 1920 
 Notes:  Publication date, place of printing and publisher's statement before places of publication "Printed in U.S.A." "Dedicated to Henry Turner Bailey, pathfinder of American art education"--P. [5] Bound in tan cloth with black letters and red ornaments on top cover and spine Includes colored, illustrated endpapers 
 Extent:  379, [1] p., [40] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), ports. ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Art -- Study and teaching | Decoration and ornament | Art -- Technique | Industrial arts -- Study and teaching | Lettering -- United States | Color in art | Design | Decorative arts | Handicraft | Lesson planning | Curriculum planning | Aesthetics | Diana Korzenik Collection | Textbooks United States 20th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) United States 20th century

 
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7Title:  Teacher's manual. : pt. VI: for The Prang elementary course in art instruction books 11-12 eighth year   
 Creator:  Clark, John Spencer, 1835-1920 | Hicks, Mary Dana, 1836-1927 | Perry, Walter Scott. | Korzenik, Diana, 1941- | Prang Educational Company | J.S. Cushing & Co | S.J. Parkhill & Co | Boston (Mass.) 
 Publication:  The Prang educational company, Boston, New York, Chicago, c1900 
 Notes:  "Typography by J.S. Cushing & Co., Norwood, Mass.; Presswork by S.J. Parkhill & Co., Boston, Mass."--T.p. verso Cover reads: Teacher's manual for the Prang elementary course in art instruction Spine reads: Prang elementary course, eighth year Bound in blue cloth with black embossed letters on cover and spine 
 Extent:  viii, 295, [1] p. : ill. ; 22 cm 
 Subjects:  Art -- Technique | Art -- Study and teaching | Drawing -- Study and teaching | Drawing -- Technique | Composition (Art) | Decoration and ornament | Aesthetics | Lesson planning | Proportion (Art) | Line (Art) | Diana Korzenik Collection | Ink stamps (Provenance) United States | Textbooks United States 19th century | Manuals (Handbooks) United States 19th century | Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding) 19th century

 
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