|I The apparent heaviness of colours page ||59|
|II Simple geometrical forms ||71|
|III Eye movements in looking at a curve ||77|
|IV Eye movements in looking at a vase ||78|
|VI Line of regular angles ||81|
|VII Influence of empathy ||82|
|VIII Horizontal-vertical illusion ||84|
|IX Feelings expressed by lines ||87|
|X Straight lines versus curves ||89|
|XI Varied geometrical forms ||98|
|XII Long and short lines in balance ||100|
|XIII Balance and space filling ||102|
|XIV Balance by suggested movement (i) ||103|
|XV Balance by suggested movement (ii) ||103|
|XVI Change in appreciation of discords with practice ||223|
|XVII Illustration of a correlation ||426|
|I Pictures of chairs to be chosen facing page ||146|
|II Pictures of coffee pots to be chosen ||147|
|III Picasso's "Nu couché et femme assise à la mandoline"
(Nude Lying and Woman Sitting with a Mandoline) ||162|
|IV Klee's "Hétaire sur sa couche" (Hetaera Resting) ||178|
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Book title: The Experimental Psychology of Beauty.
Contributors: C. W. Valentine - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: xiii.
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