|Publisher:||Rudolf Steiner Press|
|Number of pages:||224|
3 lectures, Dornach, May 6–8, 1921; 9 lectures 1914–1924
Building on the achievements of Goethe in his Theory of Color, Steiner shows how color has an objective, moral affect on the feeling life, and even on the health and well-being of the observer.
Distinguishing between “image” and “luster” colors, Steiner lays the foundation for a practical technique for working with color that leads to a new direction in artistic creativity. This volume is the most comprehensive compilation in English of Steiner’s insights into the nature of color, painting, and art. Here is a valuable source of reference and study for anyone interested in a greater appreciation of art as a revelation of spiritual realities.