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Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
Warm and Cold colors
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Warm and Cold colors

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  1. WARM AND COLD COLORS Foreground - Background
  2. Every color has a certain tendency towards whats called warm and cold.
  3. Every color has a certain tendency towards whats called warm and cold.
  4. Every color has a certain tendency towards whats called warm and cold.
  5. Every color has a certain tendency towards whats called warm and cold.
  6. WARM COLORSRed, yellow and orange are traditionally associated with warm or hot things, like the shining sun, a glowing sunset or a roaring fire. These colors tend to advance towards the viewer >>>> FOREGROUND.
  7. The afternoon nap. Van Gogh
  8. Portrait of Adele Bloch. Gustav Klimt
  9. COLD COLORS You can see these kinds of colors in objects that are naturally cold: green trees, blue water and sky, violet clouds on a snowy day. Cold colors tend to recede into the >>>>BACKGROUND, to create a calm and quiet effect.
  10. Pablo Picasso appreciated the power of blue.During his well-known Blue Period (1901-1904), he produced expressive paintings in a variety of blues. The old guitarist. 1903 Picasso The tragedy. 1903, Pablo Picasso
  11. Semaphore
  12. WARM COLORSCOLD COLORS NOT SUREFOREGROUNDBACKGROUND
  13. The afternoon nap. Van Gogh
  14. Red room. 1908, Mattisse
  15. The State Capitol Building
  16. Sky and Water.M.C. Escher 1988
  17. FALSE TRUENOT SURE
  18. 1. These are warm colors.
  19. 1. These are warm colors.2. This picture is landscape format.
  20. 1. These are warm colors.2. This picture is landscape format.3. These are warm colors
  21. 1. These are warm colors.2. This picture is landscape format.3. These are warm colors4. This picture is portrait format
  22. 5. Picasso painted this picture.
  23. 5. Picasso painted this picture.6. Blue sky is background.
  24. 5. Picasso painted this picture.6. Blue sky is background.7. This picture is portrait format.
  25. 5. Picasso painted this picture.6. Blue sky is background.7. This picture is portrait format.8. This picture is portrait format.
  26. 5. Picasso painted this picture.6. Blue sky is background.7. This picture is portrait format.8. This picture is portrait format.9. This picture uses cold colors.
  27. 5. Picasso painted this picture.6. Blue sky is background.7. This picture is portrait format.8. This picture is portrait format.9. This picture uses cold colors.10. Van Gogh painted this picture.
  28. 11. Matisse painted this picture.
  29. 11. Matisse painted this picture.12. The window is foreground.
  30. 11. Matisse painted this picture.12. The window is foreground.13. The room is painted in warmcolors.
  31. 11. Matisse painted this picture.12. The window is foreground.13. The room is painted in warmcolors.14. This picture is Gustav Klimt’s.
  32. 11. Matisse painted this picture.12. The window is foreground.13. The room is painted in warmcolors.14. This picture is Gustav Klimt’s.15. This picture uses cold colors.
  33. 11. Matisse painted this picture.12. The window is foreground.13. The room is painted in warmcolors.14. This picture is Gustav Klimt’s.15. This picture uses cold colors.16. This painting is landscape format.
  34. 1. These are warm colors. T2. This picture is landscape format. T SOLUTIONS3. These are warm colors. F4. This picture is portrait format. F5. Picasso painted this picture. F6. Blue sky is background. T7. This picture is portrait format. F8. This picture is portrait format. T9. This picture uses cold colors. T10. Van Gogh painted this picture. F
  35. 11. Matisse painted this picture. T12. The window is foreground. F SOLUTIONS13. The room is painted in warm colors. T14. This picture is Gustav Klimt’s. T15. This picture uses cold colors. F16. This painting is landscape format. F
  36. Rosa Fernández2012 – for PLASTINGLISH

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