Color analysis charts, plates from “Color problems; a practical manual for the lay student of color.” Written by America artist Emily Noyes Vanderpoel, it was published in 1902 with over 100 plates. A selection of these with more to come.

"Solar Spectra," Figures 1 and 2. Figure 1: "From a Prism." Figure 2: From a Diffraction Grating." Plate 2, Page 163.
“Solar Spectra,” Figures 1 and 2. Figure 1: “From a Prism.” Figure 2: From a Diffraction Grating.” Plate 2, Page 163. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Institutions. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/colorproblemspra00vand/page/n162/mode/2up
"The Spectral Colors, Figures A and B. Figure A: In their order of Luminosity. Figure B: Pure and Grayed." Plate IV, page 167.
“The Spectral Colors, Figures A and B. Figure A: In their order of Luminosity. Figure B: Pure and Grayed.” Plate IV, page 167. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Institutions. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/colorproblemspra00vand/page/n166/mode/2up
"Advancing and Retiring Colors." Plate VI. Page 171.
“Advancing and Retiring Colors.” Plate VI. Page 171. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Institutions. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/colorproblemspra00vand/page/n170/mode/2up
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“Orange with its Extremes.” Plate XIII, page 185. Collection of and digitalized by the Smithsonian Institutions. In the public domain. via https://archive.org/details/colorproblemspra00vand/page/n184/mode/2up

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