Regardless of how we look at art we project into the art object the response as expressed by individuals. Whether we judge design or color we evaluate it in the light of our own response to it. Since this is the general procedure in arriving at a decision in judging paintings or statuary we need to make inquiry as to just what behavior is involved in making such a choice.
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Brandt, Herman F.
"Ocular Photography as a Scientific Approach to the Study of Art,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science: Vol. 49:
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