Edited by Trevor Lamb and Janine Bourriau
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995, pp. v+237.
ISBN: 0521-49645-4 hardback; 0521-49963-1 paperback.
Available from CUP online. Discounted copies, available to Darwin College members only, may be ordered from the Master's Secretary.
This volume contains revised versions of the lectures given in 1993 in the eighth annual series of Darwin College Lectures.
Trevor Lamb and Janine Bourriau
Trevor Lamb is Professor of Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
Janine Bourriau is a Fellow of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge
- 1 The history of colour in art
Senior Restorer of Paintings, The National Gallery, London
- 2 Colour for the painter
- 3 Light and colour
Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge
- 4 Colour mechanisms of the eye
Professor of Neurobiology, Stanford University
- 5 Seeing Colour
Reader in Experimental Psychology, University of Cambridge
- 6 Colour in nature
Film director and producer, co-founder Oxford Scientific Films
- 7 Colour and culture
Reader in History of Western Art, University of Cambridge
- 8 Colour in language
Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge