This image shows the term cool. Cool colors are normally the darker colors. For example this is a blue dominant image. Blue is a cool color on the color wheel.
This is an example of Tetradic. The colors green, blue, red and orange are tetradic. In this image you can find all four colors.
This is an example of split- complementary because on the color wheel blue, orange and yellow are split complementary colors and are used in this image.
This is an example of Tertiary Triadic. The colors are red, yellow and blue and you can see the tulips of red and yellow and the sky and some flowers are blue.
This is an example of the term analogous. The use of the flames in the background are a good example because those colors are right beside each other on the color wheel.
This image is an example of monochromatic. Since monochromatic is only one color. In this image the only color is red since black and white are values.
This image is an example of warm. A warm color is normally lighter colors. This is an example of warm because for the sun it is yellow and orange shades and is very dominant.
This is an example of Complementary colors because on the color wheel red and green are across from each other and a rose is both red and green from the flower to the stem.
This is an example of Secondary Triadic because the colors used in this image is purple, green and orange.
This is an example of Primary Triadic because it uses the colors yellow, blue and red. Red and yellow for the boat/ship. Blue for the sea of course.
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Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
North Carolina Museum of Art
Yamatane Museum of Art
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Korean Art Museum Association
SCAD Museum of Art
The Walters Art Museum
Universidad Pública de Navarra
Korea Database Agency
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