Aemilius Müller (1)
Aemilius Müller pointed out that the gradations of colour-hue, often appearing monotonous, can be made more attractive by allowing them systematic deviations. In order to explain subtractive colour mixing, the eight corners of his
Date: The «Three-Colour Cube 1000» by colour theorist and practician Aemilius Müller was intriduced in 1951.
Country of origin: Switzerland
Basic colours: Yellow, magenta and cyan
Bibliography: Ae. Müller, «Die moderne Farbharmonielehre», Wintherthur 1948; W. Spillmann, «Ein Leben für die Farbe: Das Werk von Dr. Aemilius Müller», Winterthur, Applica 24, p. 717 (1984).