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Chapter 4: Learner as Perceiver
In 1888 Emile Bernard, whose ideas would seriously influence … the whole of modern art, decided that the painter should not paint things but the idea of a thing…. If you paint from memory instead of from objects, … you can rid yourself of the useless complication of shapes and shades. All you will get is a schematic presentation: all lines back to their geometric architecture, all shades back to the primary colors…. In search of simplification, it is necessary to seek the origins of everything, in pure color, and in geometry which provided the typical form of all objective forms.
The LCD focus of this chapter is on issues of perception for learners. This chapter includes discussions ...