Primary Colors: The colors allow each part of the painting to stand out.
Secondary Colors: The colors let everything in the painting stand out, but not as bright as primary colors.
Complementary Colors: The colors go with each other and don't show a drastic change.
Monochromatic Colors: The colors fade out through tints that get closer and closer to white.
Black and White Colors: The colors make the painting feel empty and void of life.
Analogous Colors: The colors all blend into each other because they are so similar.
Cool Colors: The colors make the painting look very cold and even sad.
Warm Colors: The colors make the painting feel very warm and happy.
Credits: All media
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Korean Art Museum Association
Hong Kong Museum of Art
The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
SCAD Museum of Art
Bridgestone Museum of Art, Ishibashi Foundation
Museum of Latin American Art
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