We use B, V, and K-band images of the Antennae in a detailed analysis of its stellar populations. Significant large and small-scale spatial variations in the stellar populations are found by examining images pixel by pixel. Flux ratio, or linear color, diagrams allow us to find the stellar populations present in each pixel using a novel technique. This is done through a comparison of the colors of pixels to those of well-studied populations such as elliptical/S0 galaxies, Magellanic Cloud clusters, and Sc galactic nuclei, in addition to stellar population models. This technique allows us to study not only star clusters, but also the diffuse light present in the Antennae. From these flux-ratio diagrams, a luminosity-weighted de-reddened age image of the Antennae is constructed. Our analysis technique complements and extends results based on Hubble Space Telescope images.