By Bruce R. Smith
Contending that colour is an issue of either sensation and emotion, Bruce R. Smith examines Renaissance fabric culture—including tapestries, garments, and stonework, between others—as good as song, theater, philosophy, and nature throughout the lens of feel conception and aesthetic excitement. even as, Smith deals a hugely subtle meditation at the nature of awareness, notion, and emotion that may resonate with scholars and students of the early glossy interval and past. just like the key to a map, The Key of Green presents a advisor for taking a look, listening, examining, and considering that restores the cultured concerns to feedback which were lacking for too long.
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The Key of Green: Passion and Perception in Renaissance Culture by Bruce R. Smith