One of the aspects of colour it covers is colour theories in history and it has one of the more thorough reviews of the different concepts that I've seen to date.
However I've now found a website which aims to provide an overview of all the various colour order systems - with a comprehensive set of images for each (some of which move around).
The Virtual Color Museum covers:
Colour order systems in art and science This covers an extremely long list of concepts of and theories about colour by people such as Aristotle, Newton, Goethe, Leonardo da Vinci, Munsell, Itten and Albers right up to present day 'scientific' systems for naming and standardising colour.
Colour and culture This covers the colours and colour systems used in various cultural systems: Astrological connections, Ars Magna, I Ching, Chinese Tradition, The System of the Chakras, Hebrew Tradition,Islamic Tradition, Liturgical Traditioncovering the significance of colours used in various cultural systems: Astrological connections, Ars Magna, I Ching, Chinese Tradition, The System of the Chakras, Hebrew Tradition, Islamic Tradition, Liturgical Tradition, Symbolism, Heraldry, Anthroposophical System, L'Archeometre
It also provides:
- a chronological bibliography of relevant literature
- an interactive virtual colour space system for taking an interactive journey inside and having panoramic views of the colour sphere of Philipp Otto Runge
- the comprehensive nature of the site
- the systematic and accessible way in which concepts and theory are presented. Same basic structure for each theory; lots of links for further information; accessible images to expand on the narrative
- the inclusion of images of the conceptual construct for each different system. (Or at least I there is as there's been one for each of the ones I've looked at so far.)