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CHAPTER PAGX I The Field of Aesthetics
The Aesthetic Experience
The Work of Art
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active forms adequately aesthetic attitude aesthetic criticism aesthetic experience aesthetic media aesthetic quality aesthetic reaction aesthetic value architecture aroused artist aspects attributes beauty become building chapter character colors complex concrete consonant and dissonant contemplation contrast convey created creation creative dance decoration Denman Ross desired drama effect emotional empathic empathic response employed essential example expressive values feelings felt felt-qualities formal values fulfill functional fitness hence human values images important impulse intensity involved less lines literary literature major third material means medium and technique minor arts mood motion picture movements musical composition nature nonpurposive novel object organic painting pattern perceived perception plastic arts play Psychology of Beauty pure purpose Ralph Adams Cram recognizable relationships rhythm satisfaction says sculpture sense shape significance similar sounds specific function static statue subject matter symphony task temporal terra cotta thematic variation theme timbre tion tonal tones types unique visual perception vocables words