Element of art gallery: Color
By: Joseph Mendoza
This is an example of Primary triadic because in the painting there are primary colors such as red, yellow, and a little bit of blue.
This is an example of Secondary Triadic because it has secondary colors such as dark green. And light green.
This is an example of Tertiary Triadic because of the way they used the different colors to form one color. Like the yellow and orange.
This is an example of Tetradic because they mixed the blue and the white color to make a light blue color.
This an example of Analogous because the colors on the color wheel are close to each other. Like yellow and yellow orange.
This is an example of Complementary because the way they used the color blue.
This is an example of Split-Complementary because the way they combine the two colors which are blue and red.
This is an example of warm because there are lots of warm colors in the painting like white.
This is an exam[pl of cool because the painting uses darker colors such as brown and red.
This is an example of Monochromatic because the blue it goes all the way white but slowly like they add a little white at a time.
Credits: All media
This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
The Pavle Beljanski Memorial Collection
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Shohaku Art Museum
Modern Art Center / Modernaus Meno Centras
National Gallery of Victoria
Museo Nacional de Arte
Korean Art Museum Association
The J. Paul Getty Museum
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