Rudolf Arnheim Since its first publication in 1954, this work has established itself as a unique classic. It applies the approaches and findings of the period psychology to the study of art; it descirbes the visual process that takes place when people create - or look at - works in the various arts, and explains how they organize visual material according to definite psychological laws.
Plot and structure. Plot refers to the deliberate sequencing of events in the text while the 'story' is simply an account of what happens. Writers may play about with time scales, so a plot.