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Founded by its parent organization, The Foundation for the Arts, Nagoya (FAN), the Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts (N/BMFA) was established as the…
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JENNIFER SWOPE: I think of the color wheel as a model or a diagram of all the colors we can see. The color wheel is really well designed for teaching about color, because it breaks things down into primary and secondary colors, and really shows you how colors combine, or the basic colors, what we call the primary colors, which are red, yellow, and blue, are combined to make the secondary colors, which are green, orange, and purple.
GERALD ROY: A very important quilt in the exhibit is the Yellow and White Baskets. Through my years of teaching color, yellow has always been probably the most difficult, not the most important, but the most difficult color to use. And it’s because the light refractive quality of yellow is greater than any of the other colors in the color wheel. Yellow green, yellow orange, orange, have strong, strong refractive qualities. But yellow has the greatest.
Conservation of an Egyptian minbar door, Mamluk period, 1382–98: December 2013