A dictionary of colour by Ian Paterson published in 2004 by Thorogood.
Words in this dictionary relate to colour and are drawn from many different worlds including art, artists, crafts and design, painting, printing and sculpture, the decorative arts, gems, fashion, textiles, physics, maths, astronomy, chemistry, cosmetics, dyes, colourants, paints, biology, geography, geology, minerals, history, art history, social history, religion, philosophy, heraldry, mythology and symbolism, language, linguistics, grammar, slang, literature (including the Bible and Shakespeare), music, theatre, photography, television and film, psychology and human behaviour, education, politics, commerce, economics, finance, law, travel, war, vision and colour-blindness, medicine, drugs, colour therapy, food and drink, colour theory and many others. (Source: Thorogood)
"A book to delight and intrigue lovers of colour and language everywhere". (Source: Inside sleeve)
This book is in very good condition. The spine is intact. The pages are unmarked. The cover shows signs of light wear.