PRINT Summer 1966




As a pupil of one of Munsell’s pupils, I feel an obligation to point out that Darby Bannard (April) is a shade off in his description of a shade. Though a shade is produced, as he points out, by adding black, this does not grey the color; it darkens it, i.e., lowers the value. Because paint-store paint is almost always chalked-up with white, the addition of black to these mixes does, by coincidence, result in a greying of the color.

Allan Blizzard

Asst. Professor of Art

Scripps College, California


Darby Bannard is just the man I’ve been looking for. Can I arrange to hire him to paint my bathroom?

Danna Knego

Los Angeles, California


Our sincerest congratulations to Artforum for your timeliness in presenting two excellent articles on Edward Kienholz (April) just as the furor over the Los Angeles County Museum exhibition broke. As you know, the general public was given no

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