By Frank Alvah Parsons
Ql DDQIC JDDC utaac 3ISDC THE FOREWORD The inaccurate concept as to the that means of paintings and its software tn business difficulties, extra rather within the advertisements box, is the cause of this e-book. The time period prettiness, often used as a synonym for A rt, offers a completely unsuitable impact. photos and drawings, quite in colour, frequently go for artwork items while the paintings in them is just too mild to be detected. paintings is caliber no longer mere fabric. I ts components are health and sweetness. The profitable selection and association of fabrics of any style needs to have in mind this paintings ijuality simply because human intelligence calls for health in issues. an identical person loves and calls for the section of attractiveness in all items with which he's linked. artwork is a strength and is, hence, topic to legislation or ideas. a data of paintings as a strength in advertisements capacity an information of the foundations of healthy association and harmonious colour. those are universal to each box of so-called utilized A rt. This modest attempt isn't really calculated to e.xhaust the topic. it is just a suite of condensed abstracts taken from ten lectures given ahead of the ads males sL eague of latest York Citv. I ts target is to clarify a few rules of shape and colour, and to use them in particular in a number of the fields of this significant topic. If it proves to the advertiser that Order is heavens first legislations ;to the company guy that caliber, no longer volume, counts, and to the general public typically that colour and association, every one speaks its personal language, then it's going to have performed its work.
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