There are four properties of colored pigment that the artist manipulates in order to produce a painting: value, temperature, intensity and hue. And each property is seen in relation to surrounding areas of color; this relationship is called simultaneous contrast. From a practical standpoint the artist should be cognizant of the relational property of color. Two ways to facilitate more accurate color mixing are […]
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