The three basic colors—red, yellow, and blue—from which all other color can be produced, at least in theory
Restful colors like blue and green that tend to recede from the viewer
Stimulating colors like red and orange that tend to project toward the viewer
Distinctive characteristics of a given color that enable it to be recognized by name
The full strength or purity of a color
chromatic purity: freedom from dilution with white and hence vividness of hue
Black added to a color to make it darker
White added to a color to make it lighter
Range of light values from white to black, bright to dull
Color created by superimposing light rays. Superimposing the three primary color lights - red, blue, and green - produces white.
The secondaries are cyan, yellow and magenta.
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