The Individuality of Colour-預訂, 詩書坊


The Individuality of Colour-預訂

The Individuality of Colour-預訂




LindRudolph Steiner Press

About the Author
Gerard Wagner, born in Germany in 1906, grew up in England and studied at the Royal
College of Art in London. He went to Dornach, Switzerland, and in 1928 became a student
of Henni Geck. On encountering Rudolf Steiner's training sketches he found his life's work.
In metamorphosing them, he was able to develop a systematic approach to painting.
Elisabeth Wagner-Koch became his first pupil in 1950, and together they founded a
painting school at the Goetheanum, Switzerland. Gerard Wagner died in 1999,
leaving a legacy of more than 4,000 images



The Individuality of Colour:

Contributions to a Methodical Schooling in Colour Experience

'What is postulated here is not the dogmatic laying down of a way of working. 
Rather the aim is to make evident one possible means of access to an experience 
of the colour world...and guide actual practice to Rudolf Steiner's sketch motifs - 
to their eminent educational power - for we recognize in them a path that can 
become of great significance to the developing human soul.' - From the Introduction 
This unique workbook describes the early stages of a training for painters, teachers, 
as well as total beginners. These stages are based on recommendations 
Rudolf Steiner gave for the further development of an art of painting suitable for our time. 
The sources are: Steiner's indications for the teaching of painting in the first Waldorf School, 
his colour and art lectures, and the sketches he made for painters. 
Together they form a self-contained system of exercises for a new art that is spiritually alive. 
The path that Gerard and Elisabeth Wagner have set forth - which leads to experience 
of the spiritual basis of artistic activity and strengthens the human being's 
creative potential - can serve as the means for a renewal of the art of painting out 
of the eternal and inexhaustible sources of the spirit.' - Sergei O. Prokofieff , 
from the Foreword.



Hardcover/Rudolph Steiner Pr; Revised edition (July 30, 2010)/8.9 x 10.8 inches



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