WHAT COLOR IS YOUR WORLD? by Bob Gill

WHAT COLOR IS YOUR WORLD?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The print is too big to read with ease. The color is too bright and the idea is too slight. The idea is that ONE loud color dominates the world of various occupational groups -- green for the farmer, blue for the diver, brown for the colonel, etc.,-- and that only the artist can control colors and make these ""worlds"" the shade he wants. Thereupon, the artist demonstrates by repeating in different hues all of the illustrations that have gone before. It is a demonstrably false assumption that would fall before the logic of even the youngest .

Pub Date: Aug. 16th, 1963
Publisher: Obolensky