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The National Gallery of Art Collection

Seeing Color: Object, Light, Observer (#141)

Focusing on works by Titian, Turner, Monet, and Matisse, this film asks 'what is color?' and turns for answers to artists, curators, conservation scientists, and science students. Filmed in studios, laboratories, and museum galleries, Seeing Color looks at its subject as both an aesthetic and physical phenomenon. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: If you can't take your students to the NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART in Washington D.C., IPTV will bring it to you. Meet national standards in the visual arts for K-12 students, with a wide variety of artists, subjects, techniques and styles.

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