Date of Award

4-1971

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Art

First Advisor

Unknown

Abstract

With receding colors or appropriate contrasts, the apparent size of a room can be markedly increased. Ceilings can be made to seem higher or lower with a coat of paint. Where there is no sunlight, its effects can be simulated with yellow walls, and excessive brightness or glare can be reduced with cool, darkish surfaces.

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Painting Commons

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