explore-blog: 1686 Richard Waller ~ Table of Physiological Colors Both Mixt and Simple, a predecessor to Goethe’s famous color wheel from Theory of Colours.
Waller’s table provided a cross-reference for colors one might find in nature. If a shade didn’t match exactly, he proposed, it was a simple matter of locating where on the table’s color-continuum that shade might fall.

explore-blog: 1686 Richard Waller ~ Table of Physiological Colors Both Mixt and Simple, a predecessor to Goethe’s famous color wheel from Theory of Colours.

Waller’s table provided a cross-reference for colors one might find in nature. If a shade didn’t match exactly, he proposed, it was a simple matter of locating where on the table’s color-continuum that shade might fall.

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