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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • red, yellow, blue, etc. Light is everywhere where it is bright, but we
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • quiet white room — from one side yellow and from the other blue. We
    • from both sides, one yellow and other blue and we get the green we
    • yellow and blue from left to right. Now I take black and white; I
    • undulating through each other; and just as I let in yellow and blue
    • quite different ways. In one case we required red, in the other yellow
    • this point of view. Let us take yellow, the whole inner nature of
    • 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
    • the yellow paler towards the edges, and then still paler. In short we
    • must have a full yellow in the centre and from there it must shade off
    • to pale yellow. You cannot picture yellow in any other way, if you
    • want to feel it with your own being. Yellow must radiate, getting
    • paler all the time. That is what I might call the secret of yellow.
    • And if you hem in the yellow, it is in fact as if you laughed at it.
    • You always see the human factor in it, which has bounded the yellow.
    • Yellow does not speak when it is bounded, for it refuses to be
    • We shall see a case in a moment, where yellow consents to be bounded,
    • Blue by its inner nature demands the exact opposite of yellow. It
    • differentiated from yellow. Yellow insists on being strongest in the
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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • called the luminous nature of colours which we meet in blue, yellow and
    • red. And we saw that just these colours, blue, yellow and red, possess
    • metamorphosis merges into other colours, as a plant has yellow, blue or
    • merges into yellow. A superficial observation shows you what is at
    • consideration that yellow demands a shadowy edge. They take it into
    • case darker than it is. You must also make the red or yellow
    • in a certain way be yellowish-white. You must get the whole in a
    • yellowish-white light, and only then you get in the right manner what
    • glow, something yellowish-white, that is luminous. Because the
    • gleaming yellowish-white. Of course you must do this according to
    • would find it intolerable. Equally impossible is a room with yellow or
    • lusters, with blue and yellow and red. So you must strip those colours
    • Mars or Mercury; a mineral yellow, by means of the earth's connection
    • you would have to blend the yellowish sheen into the bluish one.
    • anyhow and try somehow to find a reason for it. The yellow surface
    • is it permissible to have the yellow, it must be washed out at the
    • example, in a position to introduce somewhere a yellow surface and to
    • do not yield to the will of the yellow.
    • colour. My soul must live with colour. I must rejoice with yellow, feel
    • yellow, there blue — this attitude is enough to drive one mad. That
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • reddish-yellow. But because one is inside the peach-colour, because one
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • and to these are attached, as it were, the redness, the yellow, in
    • the yellow is free and floating, and also the redness not clinging to
    • small reddish cloud is hemmed in by a mighty yellow structure; you
    • stronger-shining red with the weaker-shining yellow. And as the
    • yellow five times. I must expand myself. I must become bigger, then I,
    • too, should become yellow. Thus are measurements made in this case.
    • chaotic mingling of red and yellow and sounds, but you begin to feel
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • something before it like an orange or yellow or green aura. And the
    • or the yellow half. At night it is the reverse in the human organism.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • inner nature of things. And if it is a yellow surface, and we do the
    • the world into which one carries the yellow oneself.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • colours are, if I take three nuances of them, red, yellow and blue.
    • the yellow shines out form the surface towards us.
    • white, the image or shadow-colours; and on the other hand blue, yellow,
    • with the three colours, red, yellow and blue, we say again to
    • intensively — that is to our soul — it will shine yellow. Yellow
    • On the other hand, if we want yellow's message we make it thicker in
    • in any other colour, but in a yellow, lighter at the edges. It will not
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • in remarkable phenomena. In the yellow certain of them are seen
    • red-yellow, they do it with an extraordinary apprehension; and as they
    • When you look at the red-yellow, you see streams of fear, and when you
    • the red-yellow and disappear in the blue-violet; here apprehension,



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