Primary Colors- The mood is very energetic. I don't think the color is symbolic. There is value in this picture where the colors get lighter (tint) and darker (shade) Blue is the dominant color
Secondary Colors- The moods is relaxed and the shade is very dark. There are other tints of the colors that give it depth. Blue is dominant. He might have used the colors to contrast.
Cool Colors- The mood is calm. Might be symbolic because the people in the picture seem serious and it is dark. Blue is dominant. There are tints and shades to show shadows etc.
Warm Colors- The mood is very welcoming. There are tints and shades to show depth. Orange is dominant. The artist might have chosen the colors to give it a welcoming sense since it is a house.
Realistic Colors- The mood is calm. The color shows the real colors of a rabbit. There are different shades tints and tones to show different colors of the fur and give depth. Brown is dominant.
Non-Realistic Colors- The mood is very energetic. There are different shades to give depth and show perspective. Green is dominant.
Monochromatic Colors- The mood is relaxed. The color might be symbolic of blood or dirt. There are different shades tints and colors of red. Red is dominant.
Complementary Colors- The mood is energetic. There are tints and shades to show depth and perspective. Blue is dominant. The artist might have chosen the colors to have contrast and make things pop
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Art Gallery of New South Wales
Museo Nacional de Arte
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
SCAD Museum of Art
The Art Institute of Chicago
The Kröller-Müller Museum
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