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Warm, lively, rough? Assessing agreement on aesthetic effects of artworks

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Separation from lines and colors from the artwork Wassily Kandinsky, Untitled, 1934, watercolor, ink, 31.6 × 24.6 cm, Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou.

(A) Whole artwork, (B) the combination of colors, (C) combination of lines, (D) single colors and, (E) single lines.

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