Names Of Colours

Vermilion

 Numeral values: Hex#E34234 / RGBB 227, 66, 52 / CMYK  0, 84, 71, 0


Vermilion red powder / Photo: Shutterstock


Titian Assumption of the Virgin (1516–18) – the vermilion robes / Photo: Wikipedia

Umber

 Numeral values: Hex #635147 / RGBB 99, 81, 71 / CMYK  0, 18, 28, 61

 
Umber powder / Photo: Shutterstock


Caravaggio – umber used in his chiaroscuro/ Photo: Wikipedia

Malachite

 Numeral values: Hex#0bda51 / RGBB 11, 218, 81 / CMYK  95, 0, 63, 15


E
arrings and ring with malachite / Photo: Shutterstock


Ruby, Gold and Malachite by Henry Scott Tuke (1902) / Photo: Wikipedia

Navy blue

 Numeral values: Hex #1974D2 / RGBB 25, 116, 210 / CMYK  88, 45, 0, 18


Admiral Horatio Nelson by Lemuel Francis Abbott – use of Navy blue in the uniform / Photo: Wikipedia

Mahogany

 Numeral values: Hex #C04000 / RGBB 192, 64, 0 / CMYK  0, 67, 100, 25


Mahogany Flower Trinidad / Photo: Shutterstock

Olive Green

 Numeral values: Hex #808000 / RGBB 128, 128, 0 / CMYK 0, 0, 100, 50


Virgin Enthroned by Abbott Handerson Thayer / Photo: Wikimedia

Flamingo

 Numeral values: Hex#fc8eac / RGBB 252, 142, 172 / CMYK  0, 44, 32, 1


Pink Flamingo / Photo: Shutterstock

Cadmium Yellow

 Numeral values: Hex #FFF600 / RGB 255, 232, 0 / CMYK  0, 4, 100, 0


Sea-Roses (Yellow Nirwana) by Claude Monet , after 1916 / Photo: Wikipedia

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