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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • according to the surface of the objects presenting themselves to us as
    • Suppose we colour a flat surface green. We shall only sketch this
    • Let us picture three. We have before us three green surfaces. Into the
    • Suppose we really wish to produce the sensation of a green surface in
    • red faces and red skin, or whether we paint them entirely red, is
    • flesh-colour — and on the third green surface we paint blue figures.
    • it. It must be caught and reflected. Colour is on the surface of
    • white, light and shade on a surface — we shall return to this
    • later — then, by drawing with black on a white surface we bring
    • spirit into the white surface by means of the black strokes; in the
    • black surface the white is spiritualized. The spirit can be brought
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • to us if we paint a surface green and give is a circumscribed area.
    • yellow, if we make here a yellow surface. Yes, you see, a defined
    • surface of yellow is something disagreeable; it is ultimately
    • yellow surface which is limited and defined in extent. So we must make
    • other hand. Imagine a surface covered equally with blue. One can
    • equal blue surfaces, he summons, as it were, something
    • as such, because of its own nature, does not permit a smooth surface.
    • longing o the soul in face of colours. And these are fulfilled; that
    • completely as a surface. We understand it best if we differentiate it
    • disappeared. The red remains, but its effect is one of surface. It
    • peach-coloured surface with lumps in it! It would be awful. It would
    • want to have it as an even surface, which, however, is unlimited. With
    • show their surfaces outwards, they shine or glisten.
    • on a white surface; if you look away quickly, you see green as the
    • after-image, and the same surface as a green after-image. The image of
    • if you want to have a smooth, even yellow surface somewhere. What does
    • off outwards. If we want to retain it on an evenly-coloured surface, it
    • body's surface; it is also that which raises man from the material and
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • attached to anything, or at the most, to the surface. Only on the
    • surface does the fluid matter tend to become solid. And so, if we look
    • darker than they really are. You must make a green surface, in any
    • canvas, or any other surface, something that gives you the impression
    • What are in fact the media of painting? You have the surface, canvas
    • or paper or what not, and on the surface you have to fix in pictorial
    • on his surface the glow of the light which he has to paint on it. If
    • inanimate objects, that in a way his surface is transparent and emits
    • colour, in conjuring the colour on to the surface, we must give the
    • surface, for then we shall never be able to evoke the inner light in
    • proceed from it. Therefore, when I put it on the surface, I must make
    • thus come to the one green surface colour, and to the surface colours
    • the origin of what lies hidden under the surface of minerals. That is
    • the essential thing. The surface of the earth admits of an easier
    • This is the reason why, when we apply the lifeless paint to a surface
    • we must, as it were, get the light behind the surface, we must
    • spiritualize the surface and create a secret inner radiance. I mean,
    • behind the surface on which we paint the picture, so that the
    • beings; we treat them as images. This means we paint the surface
    • anyhow and try somehow to find a reason for it. The yellow surface
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • that which pertains to Nature. On this point modern humanity faces a
    • intelligent things will be found, but we do not stand face to face
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • happens when we face the world in a perfectly normal condition of
    • explains it, that the colour appears there on the surface by means of
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • modern city. Well, my dear friends, he is not faced with something
    • that moves his soul, something that echoes inwardly, but he is faced
    • colour is on the surface, and there is nothing else but surface-colour,
    • faced in the near or distant future, we can be reassured by the living
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • We will take the case when we direct our gaze to a surface evenly
    • understand a little of how the colour-surface becomes something we have
    • surface, only with a more orange colour. We shall have quite different
    • experiences with it. If we sink ourselves in the orange surface and
    • inner nature of things. And if it is a yellow surface, and we do the
    • by then trying to dive down into it — as if green were the surface
    • And if one did the same with a blue surface, one would go through the
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • in space, the riddle of space must be solved on a surface.
    • peach-colour are images, that is, self-contained surfaces, which give
    • to the surface something of a shadowy nature.
    • need for the surface to shine in these colours, so that the radiation
    • of the red comes forth from the surface to meet us, or that the
    • the yellow shines out form the surface towards us.
    • the luster of the psychic. When we paint a surface blue, we are
    • the natural element in painting. For the surface belongs also to the
    • fact that the painter's material is the surface. And the surface can
    • It is ignored when one has what is qualitative one the surface as the
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • real nature is only the neutral surface on generally regards it?

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