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Color symbolism : six excerpts from the Eranos yearbook, 1972 / Adolf Portmann ... [et al.].

By: Eranos Conference (Ascona, Switzerland : 1972.)
Contributor(s): Portmann, Adolf, 1897-1982
Material type: TextTextDallas, TX: Spring Publications, 1977Description: 202 pages; illustrations; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0882144006Uniform titles: Eranos-Jahrbuch Subject(s): Color | Colors -- Religious aspects | Color -- Psychological aspects | Symbolism of colors
Contents:
1 Colour sense and the meaning of colour from a biologist's point of view - Adolf Portmann. -- 2 Concepts of colour and colour symbolism in the ancient world - Christopher Rowe. -- 3 White, red and black: colour symbolism in Black Africa - Dominique Zahan. -- 4 Color in Christian visionary experience - Ernst Benz. -- 5 Color and the expression of interior time in Western art - Rene Huyghe. -- 6 The elimination of colour in Far Eastern art and philosophy - Toshihiko Izutsu
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Papers...delivered at the annual Eranos Conference, Ascona, Switzerland, August 1972...then published in the trilingual volume Eranos 41-1972, The realms of colour..." --Acknowledgements

Includes bibliographies and index.

1 Colour sense and the meaning of colour from a biologist's point of view - Adolf Portmann. -- 2 Concepts of colour and colour symbolism in the ancient world - Christopher Rowe. -- 3 White, red and black: colour symbolism in Black Africa - Dominique Zahan. -- 4 Color in Christian visionary experience - Ernst Benz. -- 5 Color and the expression of interior time in Western art - Rene Huyghe. -- 6 The elimination of colour in Far Eastern art and philosophy - Toshihiko Izutsu

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