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" Consonance, or harmony of hue, consists in those colours being brought together, which, though they may not be placed exactly in the regular order seen in the rainbow or in the chromatic scale, yet act in accordance with each other upon the eye, and produce... "
Lectures on the History and Principles of Painting - Pagina 339
door Thomas Phillips - 1833 - 477 pagina’s
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The Art of Painting in Oil, and in Fresco: Being a History of the Various ...

Jean-François-Léonor Mérimée - 1839 - 371 pagina’s
...colouring, — the harmony of arrangement. It may i perhaps be said, that this is rather more according , with melody in music than with harmony : still it...with each other upon the eye, and produce no uneasy sensations within it, but rather afford it pleasure. There are two gradations in this portion of harmony...
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Cassell's Household Guide to Every Department of Practical Life ..., Volumes 3-4

1899
...the whole scale of the colours »'wch constitute a ray of light is presented to them. True harmony consists in those colours being brought together which,...with each other upon the eye, and produce no uneasy sensations within it, but rather afford it pleasure. The phenomena variously described under the names...
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Cassell's household guide, Volume 3

Cassell, ltd - 1869
...and the whole scale of the colours 'hich constitute a ray of light is presented to them. True harmony consists in those colours being brought together which,...with each other upon the eye, and produce no uneasy sensations within it, but rather afford it pleasure. The phenomena variously described under the names...
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Encyclopedia of Household Information: A Compendium of Facts for Easy ...

1890 - 523 pagina’s
...colors which constitute a ray of light is presented to them. True harmony consists in those colors being brought together which, though they may not...with each other upon the eye, and produce no uneasy sensations within it, but rather afford it pleasure. The phenomena variously described under the names...
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