color chart

(redirected from Color Theory)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Wikipedia.
Related to Color Theory: color wheel, Color schemes

color chart

A chart showing a systematic array of colors or their representations.
References in periodicals archive ?
Each program includes training on Peresetsky's proprietary color analysis process, encompassing color theory, lighting, the color wheel and the basics of color psychology.
In pop-psych color theory, yellow signifies warmth, happiness, intellect, and energy.
We identified three main components for the lessons: color theory, the art of Andy Warhol, and the integration of social studies and technology from the grade level curriculum.
You'll also need to take a number of art courses, including life drawing, painting, color theory, and graphic design.
A dual referent approach to color theory maintains that color names have two intended, equally legitimate referents.
In 1993, Flint Ink recalled him as a consultant to help correlate 90 inkometers throughout the corporation and to give ink and color theory seminars to printers and various branches.
In 1986, he moved to the 'Stadel Kunsthochschule' in Frankfurt as professor for color theory and Art History as well.
Readers will learn the best color combinations to suit their needs, basic color theory and principles, the importance of natural light in picking a color scheme, the correlation between color and emotions, the effect of fabric on color perception and more.
Seurat's color theory, in which the viewer plays a key role in perception, influenced the development of modern art.
But even if you work with interior de signers, and especially if you don't, understanding some of the basic elements of color theory can help you guide clients to the right choices.
Here the author weaves a narrative involving uniforms, blue jeans, flags, color theory, Romantic philosophy, and opinion surveys.
DiSabato-Aust provides a thoroughgoing lesson in design fundamentals that covers site evaluation, color theory, and planning for necessary maintenance.