Albert H. Munsell (1858–1918) was an artist and a professor who recognized the need for a clear consistent method of communicating color. A group of people look at the same shade of blue, one might call it sapphire, another deep blue, the third person might say navy, etc. Instead of names for color Munsell developed his Color Notation system in 1905. The Atlas of the Munsell Color Order System was published in 1915 and is still used today.
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