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expected to be available on the German book market in Spring 2019 hardcover high-quality colour print Language: English Size: 19 x 27 cm xx pages, xx images, mostly colour Publisher: Books on Demand, Norderstedt ISBN: Price incl. German VAT: 76,80 € plus shipping costs Payment only by advance payment (bank transfer) or Paypal

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The use of the colour blue in historical shipbuilding raises many questions. Which pigments, which colours were available and how were they used? What could be used in shipbuilding? Join us on a fascinating journey over 5,500 years back to the discovery of the first blue pigments up to modern times. A great wealth of sources and pictorial materials round off the well-founded descriptions. Let yourself be surprised at what the colour blue has to offer in shipbuilding.

The Colour Blue in Historic Shipbuilding

from antiquity to modern times

1 Introduction 2 Historical and social developments of the color blue 3 Blue color science 3.1 The Pigment History of the Color Blue 3.2 Common, historical binders 3.3 Painting methods, then and now 3.4 Blue colors in time 4 Application of blue colour 4.1 Blue wood coatings for historic buildings 4.2 Comparative monetary valuation 4.3 Teachings from Vasa 4.4 Application in historical shipbuilding 5 Blue in Ancient Shipbuilding 5.1 Aegean shipbuilding 5.2 Ships in ancient Egypt 5.3 The Hellenistic Period 5.4 The Roman period 5.5 Shipbuilding in the other Mediterranean region 5.6 Specialities in antiquity 5.7 Blue in antiquity 5.8 Colourfulness in antiquity 6 Blue in medieval shipbuilding 6.1 Before the Viking Age 6.2 Early ships and boats 6.3 Vikings 6.4 The Norman time 6.5 Galleys in England 6.6 The Early Period of the Hanseatic League 6.7 Ships in the Mediterranean Sea 6.8 Blue colours in the Middle Ages
7 Blue in shipbuilding of Far Eastern cultures 7.1 China 7.2 Junks in Vietnam 7.3 Korea 7.4 Japan 7.5 India 7.6 Blue in the Far East 7.7 The Indian Ocean and Mediterranean Dhow 7.8 Pacific and Indian Ocean boats 8 Blue in early modern shipbuilding 8.1 Development of artistic design in shipbuilding 8.2 Regional preferences for colors 8.3 England 8.4 Dutch shipbuilding 8.5 France 8.6 Germany 8.7 Spain 8.8 Sweden 8.9 The Russian Fleet 8.10 Blue in modern times 9 To the good end
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© Joachim Müllerschön

Book description

Modellbau Müllerschön
Deutsche Version

The view into the book …

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Content

The use of the colour blue in historical shipbuilding raises many questions. Which pigments, which colours were available and how were they used? What could be used in shipbuilding?  Join us on a fascinating journey over 5,500 years back to the discovery of the first blue pigments up to modern times. A great wealth of sources and pictorial materials round off the well-founded descriptions.   Let yourself be surprised at what the colour blue has to offer in shipbuilding.
1 Introduction 2 Historical and social developments of the color blue 3 Blue color science 3.1 The Pigment History of the Color Blue 3.2 Common, historical binders 3.3 Painting methods, then and now 3.4 Blue colors in time 4 Application of blue colour 4.1 Blue wood coatings for historic buildings 4.2 Comparative monetary valuation 4.3 Teachings from Vasa 4.4 Application in historical shipbuilding 5 Blue in Ancient Shipbuilding 5.1 Aegean shipbuilding 5.2 Ships in ancient Egypt 5.3 The Hellenistic Period 5.4 The Roman period 5.5 Shipbuilding in the other Mediterranean region 5.6 Specialities in antiquity 5.7 Blue in antiquity 5.8 Colourfulness in antiquity 6 Blue in medieval shipbuilding 6.1 Before the Viking Age 6.2 Early ships and boats 6.3 Vikings 6.4 The Norman time 6.5 Galleys in England 6.6 The Early Period of the Hanseatic League 6.7 Ships in the Mediterranean Sea 6.8 Blue colours in the Middle Ages 7 Blue in shipbuilding of Far Eastern cultures 7.1 China 7.2 Junks in Vietnam 7.3 Korea 7.4 Japan 7.5 India 7.6 Blue in the Far East 7.7 The Indian Ocean and Mediterranean Dhow 7.8 Pacific and Indian Ocean boats 8 Blue in early modern shipbuilding 8.1 Development of artistic design in shipbuilding 8.2 Regional preferences for colors 8.3 England 8.4 Dutch shipbuilding 8.5 France 8.6 Germany 8.7 Spain 8.8 Sweden 8.9 The Russian Fleet 8.10 Blue in modern times 9 To the good end

The Colour Blue in Historic Shipbuilding

from antiquity to modern times

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EUR 76,80
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The English proofreading is done by the well-known Canadian author David Antscherl !