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paint colours set of 7 __ Sir Isaac Newton in 1672 defined nominal spectrum sectors colours as
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet ______ ( Richard of York gave battle in vain )

F90000

FFA500

FFFF00

32CD32

0040FF

0000A0

990099


paint colours set of 15 __ moderate range of colours and variety as might be used by a painter

990000

F90000

E9581A

FFA500

DAA520

FFD700

FFFF00

32CD32

006460

00E0FF

1E80FF

0040FF

4000FF

0000A0

990099


paint colours set of 9 __ reduced range of colours and variety as might be used by a painter
990000

F90000

FFA500

FFD700

FFFF00

32CD32

1E80FF

0000FF

990099


paint colours set of 6 _ ( purple violet colour by way of a mixture of red and blue )
F90000

FFA500

FFFF00

32CD32

1E80FF

0000F9


paint colours set of 3 __ simplest painters colour set of 3 primary colours, from which admixtures will provide aproximations to secondary colours, such as orange, green and violet and some tertiary colours as admixtures of secondary colours.
FF0000

FFFF00



paint makers colours names are as those given by the paint maker.
Range of some colours sorts names are such as the following ___
Alizarin crimson, cadmium red, red iron oxide, burnt sienna, cadmium orange, raw sienna, yellow ochre, cadmium yellow deep, cadmium yellow pale, naples yellow, chrome green, green earth, viridian green, pthalocianine green, manganeze blue turquoise, cerulean blue, cobalt blue, ultramarine blue, phthalocianine blue, prussian blue, indigo, cobalt violet

print, dye and paint colours set of 3 __trichomate magenta, yellow and cyan, as primary colours for various amixtures to provide secondary and tertiary colours. Technique devised by Jacob-Christophe Le Bron (1667-1741) for his colour prints.
F800A0

FFFF00

005AF8

printing inks and dye colours makers colours names are as those given by the colour maker and are usually noted as by colour number code. _ Various colour specification systems have been devised to afford possibilities of certain references as stardard terms for references to certain different colours. These are such as Munsell System, Pantone System.
Colour name codes shown here as for 'web colors'.

paint colours set of 2 semi transparent or transparent colour materials. Colours ranging from red iron oxide (burnt sienna or ventian red) to amixtures for tertiary colours to orange-green through to olive-green, to green-blue, to dark blue (phthalocyanine, ultramarine or cobalt deep blue) As employed by the painter and etcher Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1610-1665) in small oil paintings on paper envolved through his monotype techniques.
E9581A

4000FF

painters 'limited palette' for such as 'landscape painting'.
Burnt sienna when thickly applied has a deep red opacque top tone and when applied very thinly has a transparent yellow-orange under tone. Ultramarine blue affords a tonal range from opaque deep dark blue to light transparent tint blue.

Colour effects ranging from opaque to transparent are achieved in water colour paints by degrees of colour in solution in water. More water makes for lighter tone tints of transparent colour. Similarly so by water as a solvent in acrylic paints fue a range of tones and tints. Oil paints solvent as genuine turpentine spirit will similarly afford range of tints and tones.

Transparent extender base medium affords bulk and plasticity to colour material and is very useful in affording range of thich to thin applications of colour material. Gum arabic may be used as extender base medium for watercolours and gouache painting. PVA for acrylic paints and stand oil for oil paints. Printers extender base medium as for screen process printing, as for water-base print inks and for oil-base print inks, are useful to add bulk and plasticity to colour material. Other extender base medium materials as 'painting effects gels', pastes and vehicles, suited to different sorts of paints are made available by some paints makers according with their own recipes.

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