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The colors yellow, red, and blue, from which it is possible to mix other colors of the color wheel.
The colors obrained by mixing two primary colors. Examples: orange, green, violet (purple)
Colors opposite one another on the color wheel. Red/Green, Bleu/Orange/ and Yellow/Violet are examples of complementary colors.
The outside size and bulk of a form, such as a building or a sculpture; the vusal weight of an object.
The colors black, white, gray, and variations of brown, included in the color family called earth colors.
Refers to closely related colors; a color sheme that combines several hues next to each other on the color wheel.
Colors suggesting warmth: red, yellow and orange. These colors naturally recede from the viewer.
Coors suggesting coolnes: blue, green, and violet. These colors naturally recede from the viewer.
A branch of philosophy; the study of art and theories about the nature and components of aesthetic experience.
The condition of being twisted or bent out of shape. In art, distortion is often used as an espressive technique.