By Tai Pham
The majority of this painting is primary colors. Red, Yellow and Blue
I used this painting because the majority of this painting was painted with secondary colors such as Orange, Purple and Green.
I used this painting as an example of complimentary colors because it shows every color on the color wheel. That means it has every color and its complimentary.
I used this painting as an example of monochromatic because it is painted only using one color blue.
I am using this crayon drawing as an example of black and white because its drawn only using black and white.
I used this painting as an example of analogous because it shows a comparison to nature between materialistic things and nature.
I am using this painting as an example of cool colors because the artist use of cool colors help set the mood of that icy sad mood.
I am using this painting as an example of warm colors because the artists use of warm colors give this painting a lively and happy feel.
Credits: All media
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Musée d’Orsay, Paris
İstanbul Museum of Modern Art
University of Michigan Museum of Art
Modern Art Center / Modernaus Meno Centras
SCAD Museum of Art
The International Museum of Children's Art
Korean Art Museum Association
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