French Post-Impressionist Painter Italian High Renaissance Painter and Inventor A Swiss-born painter and graphic artist whose personal, often gently humorous works are replete with allusions to dreams, music, and poetry. British Painter.
"Un croquis vaut mieux quun long discours." (fr) "A picture is worth a thousand words." Napoleon
Colours are often made of other colours. White light contains red, blue and green light, and you can divide out these colours using a prism (or looking at a rainbow). The absence of all colour is black. Red, blue and green are called the primary colours, and you get other colours by combining them in various ways. The more colour you have, the paler it gets, and closer to white. This is called Additive Colour.
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