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  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • our being. If we were simply to absorb the green or blue or
    • spiritual sense, so that blue, for instance, becomes
    • colour, possibly blue or red, whereas if he draws contours or
    • surface is covered with blue or red it does not express
    • Nor this is not the case. A surface covered with blue
    • following way. Instead of the area that appears blue, the
    • feeling arises that blue takes one into greater and greater
    • were. The blue colour takes one along with it — on and
    • perception of blue, and if he wanted to give expression to
    • this feeling he used the colour blue. But if he was conscious
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • again we sink our soul in the flow of red or blue, for
    • blue’ — which is often the case to-day — he
    • red as a symbol, blue as another, and so forth. This will
    • Blue has an element that seems to pass away from us, to leave
    • blue disc, on the other hand, withdraws. These colours move
    • blue discs are revolving round each other, the one towards
    • the red that is painted on a figure, in contrast to the blue,
    • sphere may indeed seem to move around a blue, but he does not
    • yellow aura, a green aura. If blue moves it will send
    • we experience in colour; thus red seems to attack, blue to
    • off, blue as something we would pursue as if with longing.
    • blue really live and move, we should indeed inwardly flow
    • this is something that could find expression in the blue.
    • all which the blue half contains flows more intensely than



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