Neutral color (Fine arts)
Neutral color: colors of very low saturation, approaching grays.
neutral colors. The colors black, white, gray, and variations of brown. They are included in the color family called earth colors.
neutral colors: Black, white, gray, and brown are considered to be "neutral" colors because they are (theoretically) neither warm nor cool colors. Some neutral colors may be achieved by mixing a complementary color pair-which "neutralizes" them.
Don't call them "neutral," because neutral colors are grays, whites, and blacks. Meteorologists discuss the middling temperatures much more than than color theorists do.
Analytic cubism (1909-1912) is a style of painting Picasso developed along with Georges Braque using monochrome brownish and neutral colors. Both artists took apart objects and "analyzed" them in terms of their shapes.
Gray Color - Gray is a neutral color that rarely stirs up an emotion. The color grey is linked to safety, dependability, intelligence, staid, modesty, self-esteem, maturation, strong, traditional, functional, senior years, unhappiness and dull.
They used neutral colors in "analyzing" the shapes of different objects. As a part of Synthetic Cubism, Picasso used to cut paper fragments and pasting them into one coherent composition, becoming the pioneer of modern collage.
Detail of hand-woven Asante (Ashante) ceremonial cloth featuring red and yellow (primary colors), green (secondary color, complementary to red), and black (neutral color and the darkest tone available).
Colors that are directly opposite each other on the color wheel, such as red and green, blue and orange, and violet and yellow. When complements are mixed together they form the neutral colors of brown or gray.
Color: A visual attribute of things that results from the light they emit or transmit or reflect; the visual response to the wavelengths of light, identified as red, blue, green, etc.; primary and secondary colors; warm, cool, and neutral colors, ...
- These contrasts of light, dark, and color may be represented by contrasts of light and dark, using simply one color. Such a drawing or painting is called a monochrome, and may be of any color, though black or some dark neutral color is generally ...
refers to the movement beginning in the 1880s, where artists painted landscapes with a tone of mist or atmosphere. George Inness and James McNeill Whistler were two of the well known tonal artists whose compositions featured dark, neutral colors such ...
she has removed all of the previous restorers' work and left only that which was created by the hand of Leonardo (which accounts for only 30-40% of the surface of the mural). In the intervening spaces, she has painted watercolors in neutral colors ...