Secondary colours: these are colurs that we obtain them by mixing primary colours.They are green, red and blue.
3. What are the warm colours? Why are they called this?
There are the colours that transmit the idea of hot, such us the sun, the fire, the summer… they hues are yellows oranges and reds .
Becouse they transmit a sensation of warmth.
4.- Give one example of how we can contrast colours in a composition.
Tone contrast this means using colours have little in common, for example, making contrast between complementary colours or split-complementary colour pairs.
5.- Choose a work of art from the links and analyse the meaning of its colours.
This is a picture of Pablo Picasso. It is called Gernika. The colours are black, grey and white.The colours transmit sadness and darkness.
6.- Look for Claude Monet's "Notre Dame Cathedral" and Henri Matisse's "Sorrow of the king" or "The king's sadness"1952. In one of the paintings there is analogy of colours and in the other one, there is contrast. Explain what you find in each one.