cold color

cold color

[′kōld ‚kəl·ər]
(graphic arts)
In printing, a color that has bluish tones.
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Greenness has a special significance to him because green is a cold color and evokes people's feelings.
In Europe, in contrast, often the cold colors are chosen due to the coldness of the areas.
Although some viewers may find this choice of color disturbing to the eye, Chemaly's painting combines cold colors -- blue and white -- with warm ones -- yellow and red -- forming a sort of equilibrium.
FIND YOUR BALANCE Color can exaggerate feelings and thoughts about your ceramic piece using warm colors or cold colors.
The beautiful, time period reconstruction is realized in muted, cold colors and textured by the quality of rich costume fabric.
Working with available light only--contrary to expectation, this does not create harsh shadows and cold colors but glossy colors and surfaces--Sleeuwits focuses on the details of these non-places, on the textures of ceiling tiles, carpets, and curtains, and most prominently on their light.
O'Keeffe was able to suggest the harsh winter's effect on foliage through the use of cold colors that echoed nature's desolation.
In "Blue" (150x100 cm), Nouhra uses a palette of warm and cold colors.
Her canvases are like a symphony of juxtaposed warm and cold colors.