On colors, art and eyes: An art historian and ophthalmologist explains how it works

From cancer – Scope Blog
March 16, 2017 - 11:30am
As the mama of a toddler, I’m a first-rate color spotter. “Look!” I say enthusiastically. “Could you get the yellow cup?” Or the blue block, the red crayon, the green shirt, or, oh, sorry kitty, the gray-and-white cat. Yet, until reading Michael Marmor‘s homage to color perception and art in the latest issue of Stanford ...Read More


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