This piece of artwork is an example of Primary Triadic.The artwork focuses on the three primary colors; red, yellow and blue.
This piece of artwork is an example of a use of secondary triadic. Secondary colors are orange, shown in the sun, green shown from the grass and purple shown from the scarf.
This piece of artwork is an example of tertiary triadic piece. Shown in this piece is the color "red-orange," which is a primary(red) and secondary(orange) colors that are adjacent to one another on the color wheel.
This piece of artwork is an example of tetradic color scheme. The two complementary colors represented are yellow and purple. The two other colors that are shown in this piece are blue and orange. These four colors are a good example of the tetradic color scheme.
This artwork is an example of analogous colors. Analogous colors sit next to one another on the color wheel. In this piece those colors are mostly red-purple, purple and purple-blue.
This piece is an example of a complementary colors. Complementary colors are colors that are on opposite sides of the color wheel, in this case, red and green.
This piece of artwork is an example of split-complementary. Split complementary colors are two colors that are adjacent to its direct complement. Which in this piece the adjacent colors are green and blue and their direct complement is red-orange.
This is an example of warm colors. The colors in this artwork are mostly red, yellow and orange which are considered warm colors on the color wheel. Warm colors are related to the colors of fire, which is represented in this piece.
This piece of artwork is an example of cool colors. The colors in this artwork are mostly green and blue which are considered cool colors on the color wheel. Cool colors are related to ice or cold, which is the "feel" to this piece.
This piece of artwork is an example of a monochromatic color scheme. Since "mono" means "one" this artwork is a great example because it only uses one color, purple.
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