Faber Birren (Author).
Faber Birren (Author). I find this work to be an excellent piece, it goes over color symbolically from a cultural/spiritual stand point as well as goes over the symbolism of aura colors with their corresponding emotion as well as color in the use of therapy on people. Over all good book if nothing else just for the bulk of information.
Faber Birren (11 September 1900 – 30 December 1988) was an American author and consultant on color and color theory
Faber Birren (11 September 1900 – 30 December 1988) was an American author and consultant on color and color theory. Faber Birren was born in Chicago, Illinois on 11 September 1900, the son of Joseph P. Birren, a landscape painter, and Crescentia (Lang) Birren, a pianist. He attended the Art Institute of Chicago while in high school and the University of Chicago for two years where he studied color theory.
The symbolism of color. by. Birren, Faber, 1900-1988.
The Symbolism of Color book. Faber Birren makes his living by prescribing color
The Symbolism of Color book. Faber Birren makes his living by prescribing color.
Venice: Lucio Spineda. Reel: 2, No. 17 Arclais de Montamy, Didier François d', 1702-1765. Dry Cleaning; Dyes and Dyeing. Reel: 4, No. 47 Birren, Faber, . 900. Chicago: C V. Ritter. Traité des couleurs pour la peinture en émail et sur la porcelaine.
Here's a closer look at different color meanings and the symbolism of colors in different cultures around the world. Blue is considered the safest color choice around the world, since it has many positive associations. In North America and Europe blue represents trust, security, and authority, and is considered to be soothing and peaceful. But it can also represent depression, loneliness, and sadness (hence having the blues ). Fantastic morning blue sea glowing by sunlight.
COLOR PSYCHOLOGY and COLOR THERAPY A Factual Study of the INFLUENCE OF COLOR ON HUMAN LIFE By Faber Birren UNIVERSITY BOOKS, Inc. ~ New Hyde Park, New York .
Items related to The Symbolism of Color. Birren, Faber The Symbolism of Color. ISBN 13: 9780806510996. The Symbolism of Color.
Author: Faber Birren
Category: Spirituality and spirituality
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Publisher: Citadel (October 1, 1988)
Pages: 178 pages
ePUB size: 1177 kb
FB2 size: 1365 kb
Other Formats: txt lit lrf azw