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- Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
- element; but there is something in all Gothic forms which seems to
- which without any element of sentimentality enshrines
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
- element crept into the conceptions of art. It was, above all,
- really become one of ultilitarianism and the artistic element
- of nature. The artistic representation of the elements of
- purely naturalistic element, he can say: ‘This has a
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
- This again is, in a certain sense, the satisfying element in
- any personal element. As we set about our work, and permeate
- element, sometimes indeed out of the
- the element of weight and support, following it to the point
- the forces of these edifices rest within the earthly element.
- element of soul in the universe. There would be no sense in
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
- certain elementary or higher beings from one cosmic body to
- arisen, concomitantly. These two elements then entered into
- colours, to live in them as within our own element. One
- elements there are not those of imitative art. The
- element in art entered into the northern peoples.
- Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
- element that was living in all human souls, even down to the
- mere matter, the mere substance, is only the element that
- of that kind. No wonder our age has lost the living element
- essence of colour? I have already told you that this element
- element moreover in which our soul lives. And a time will
- living weaving and moving in the element of colour has passed
- above the flowing sea of colour. But even the most elementary
- Blue has an element that seems to pass away from us, to leave
- is of course the element that is at rest, stationary; but the
- you endow it with the soul element of the universe, with
- into this world by the creative elemental powers of the
- as the creative element, as the upper part of the human head,
- elements. Art has observed and studied nature long enough,
- penetration into nature. What lives in the elements is,
- of the elemental world, for this world is living.
- world of the elements, and absorbs into himself the spirit
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