Munsell's theory

Discipline: Art

(1915)

Named after its originator, ALBERT F MUNSELL, this is a system of color notation based on the three responses of the human eye to color: perception of hue, value and chroma.

Faults in the theory's spacing of color are now being corrected and the system improved.

Source:
J M Cleland A Practical Description of the Munsell System (1937)

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