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  1. Art II Color Theory

  2. Mark Rothko Red, Orange, Tan, Purple, 1949 No. 14, 1960

  3. Mark Rothko Untitled Yellow and Orange, 1956

  4. Paul Klee Monument in Fertile Country, 1929 Rose Garden, 1920

  5. Paul Klee Cosmic Composition, 1919 Blue Night, 1937

  6. Henri Matisse The Dance, 1910 The Dessert Harmony in Red, 1908

  7. Henri Matisse The Green Stripe, 1905 Michaela, 1943

  8. Josef Albers

  9. Josef Albers

  10. Realistic Colors: John Constable The Hay Wain, 1821 Salisbury Cathedral From the Meadows, 1831

  11. Realistic Colors: Richard Estes 34th Street, Manhattan, Looking East

  12. Create Mood: Picasso The Tragedy, 1903 Femme aux Bras Croises, 1901

  13. Color as Symbols: Odilon Redon Flower Clouds, 1903 The Red Sphinx, 1912

  14. Color as Symbols: Marc Chagall I and the Village, 1911 The Blue House, 1917

  15. Value • Tint • Light values that are made by mixing a color with white • For example, pink is a tint of red, and light blue is a tint of blue. • Shade • Dark values that are made by mixing a color with black • Maroon is a shade of red, and navy is a shade of blue.

  16. Fields in a Rising Storm by Vincent Van Gogh

  17. Assignment • On a 14” x 14” piece of Bristol board use a compass to draw a 3” circle in the center for the primary colors. Divide the circle into thirds. • Draw a radial design with a pencil, having twelve spokes. Each spoke represents one color of the color wheel.

  18. Assignment • Paint the primary colors in the center circle on the Bristol board. • Using the color wheel as a reference, paint tints and shades of each color on the twelve spokes of the radial design. Each color must have at least five steps of the value scale.

  19. Example

  20. Example