The Anthroposophical System - wave-formed rhythm Rudolf Steiner takes four basic colours, three of which we know and the fourth of which comes as a surprise. After the usual extremes of white and black, the first colour is the strongly represented green of nature.
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Steiner's extraordinary insights on architecture, sculpture, painting, drama, costuming, music, poetry, eurythmy, and more. From the contents: “The starting point for a new life of art can come only by direct stimulation from the spiritual world. We must become artists, not by developing symbolism or allegory, but by rising, through spiritual knowledge, more and more into the spiritual world.” http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA276/English/AP1964/ArtMis_index.html