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Everyday road signs by Carol Barton, 1988 Published by Women's Studio Workshop "This tunnel book contains maps and highway signs that lead from the East coast to the West by the sequential location of the maps as they extend away from the viewer when the book is fully extended. When closed a printed image of a paved, yellow-lined road obscures the signs and maps. A tab and accordion structure connects the individual leaves and allow for the extension of the book."

Woman in yellow shirt reading. William Andrew Loomis (American, 1892-1959).

Vincent van Gogh - The Yellow Books - 1887- These are supposed to be the books Van Goth was reading when he lived in Arles. He particularly like Emile Zola.

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Henri Matisse 1869 - 1954 La Femme En Jaune

Pocket Letter - Yellow | by peachesandpinklemonade

from A Steampunk Opera (The Dolls Of New Albion)

The Decadent Movement: The Great Grandparent of Goth

"The literary center of the movement was the infamous Yellow Book. The Yellow Book was a quarterly literary journal published from 1894 to 1897."

The Yellow Scale by Franz Kupka (1871-1957) a Czech avant-garde painter who lived in Paris. The man in yellow is Charles Baudelaire.