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The visual arts as human experience [by] Donald L. Weismann.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1970] .
ISBN 0139423672, 9780139423673, 9780139423758, 0139423753

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Subjects Art -- Psychology.
Composition (Art)
Description viii, 313 pages illustrations (some color) 29 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 311-313).
Summary How to look at and understand art.
Contents Introduction -- The visual arts and language -- Total configuration -- Three kinds of seeing -- The visual elements -- The visual elements and expression -- Expression: general and specific -- Monotony, harmony, contrast, and discord -- Two ways to unity -- Balance: symmetry and asymmetry -- Visual forces and balance -- Cohesion, tension and closure -- Porportion -- Space and the illusion of space -- Illusions of shallow space -- Illusions of cubical space -- Illusions of ambiguous space -- Perception and conception -- Form and content -- The creative process: a summary of its nature.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)65216
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WorldCat Identities Weismann, Donald L.
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