The fourth edition of Color is a valuable introduction to the art and science of color use in all artistic media. It provides a solid and thorough foundation in the aesthetic and practical basics of color, discussed from the artist's point of view, with many quotations from artists past and present on the subtleties of their techniques. Along with an extensive illustration program reflecting examples from fine and applied arts, there is now also a brief epigraph in each chapter. Key features of the fourth edition: 35 exciting new illustrations, ranging from the established masters such as Matisse and Bonnard to contemporary computer graphic artists such as Jan Good and light sculptors such as Peter Erskine. New diagrams to illustrate the theory of color constancy, the reflection of light from various surfaces, and the Birren color triangle. New topics explored include the Luscher Test, color therapy, virtual reality, and cultural differences in the perception of color.Zelanski, Paul J. is the author of 'Color', published 2002 under ISBN 9780130984869 and ISBN 0130984868.