Kategoriarkiv: My Own Season Palettes Designs

Palette: Bold Terracotta Autumn

Young Scholar painted by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806)

There is a certain difference between Autumn that is not emphasized enough in colour analyses theory. The theory of CMB (Colour Me Beautiful) claims three different Autumns: Soft, Warm and Dark. But there is another dividing line, i.e. between Autumns with gentle and satin colours and those with bold and matte colours. I guess you can say the rich, mellow and satiny hues are for Soft Autumn whereas the bold and matte ones are for Warms ditos.  Gentle and satiny colours could look good on a Warm Spring, too. But Warm Autumns are not always bold in their colour language. So also Warm Spring who has both meeker hues and clear ones.

According to CMB’s twelve subvariants theory the seasons are flowing into each other. Warm spring to Warm Autumn, Cold Summer to Cold Winter, etc. I think, they also flow into each other in the order they follow. So Clear Spring flowing into Warm Spring etc. Clear Spring can also flow into Light Spring, which flow into Light Summer. So, the Warm Springs do not flow into Warm Autumn alone, but has many colours in common with the Soft Autumn as well.

Palette: Oriental Tapestry. Summer/Winter

My Oriental Tapestry palette can be worn by Cold and Soft Summers (lighter part of the scale) and Cold Winters (darker part of scale) Reminding of a style popular with farmers in beginning of 19th century and comprising colours like  English red – a medium dark, matte red, black and white.  Like this oriental mat. And folklore from the 1800s: Bildresultat för bonad 1800-talet

  Bildresultat för krapprött in english

Synthetic pigments of iron oxid has had several names: English Red, Venetian red, Italian red, Spanish red among others. Nowadays a pigment called Caput Mortuum (Dead Skull) is somewhat different from English red. Wikipedia:Caput mortuum is also sometimes used as an alternative name for mummy brown (alternatively Egyptian brown), a pigment that was originally made in the 16th and 17th centuries from ground-up mummies, and whose use was discontinued in the 19th century when artists became aware of its ingredients.
Kavaj  Tunika  Blus
 Tunika  Blus  Blus
Kavaj  Topp  Topp

Tunika   Topp  Bolero

Jumper  Jumper  Tröja

Tunika  Blus  Cardigan

Jacka  Cardigan  Linne

Jumper  Jumper  Cardigan

Tröja  Tunika  Tröja

Tunika  Kavaj  Skjorta

Blus

BlusJumper   Topp

Tunika + topp   Tunika  Topp

Linne  Tunika  Tunika

Tunika   Tunika  Tunika

Cardigan  Tunika  Tunika

Topp   Tunika  Cardigan

Tunika   TunikaTröja

Tunika   Blus  Tunika

Blus   Blus  Skjorta

Tunika  Tunika  Tunika

Blus  Cardigan  Jumper

Skjorta   Skjorta  Tunika

TunikaTunika  TunikaTunika  Kavaj  Tröja

Palette: Sophisticated Satin

My Satin Palette has many translucent shades of water, and of warm soft skyes, so suits soft types like Warm Spring and Soft Autumns flowing into Golden Autumn (aka Warm Autumn).

Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
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Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal
Bildresultat för canal

For instance represented by the colour treatment in this lovely painting by Aelbert Cuyp

Ernst Hader: Arte: ERNST HADER ALEMANIA 1866-1911 OBRA DE GENERO PAREJA EN INTERIOR O/L 85X68 CMS - Foto 1 - 39966954
Ernst Hader: Seenlandschaft mit Burgruine.
Ernest Walbourn (1872 – 1927, English)
 

    VIssa resultat kan ha tagits bort i enlighet med dataskyddslagstiftningen i Europa. Läs mer

    Palette: Illuminated Spring

    Palette: Illuminated Spring. (Illuminerad Vår) This Palette features the clear colours of Medieval Illuminated Books and against the background of melting gold.

    Reds like

    Blues like clear burgundy blue (also called Prussian blue aka Berlin Blue, Parisian blue.

    Artists:

    Gerard David from Oudewater

     

     

    Reginald Easton (1807 – 1893, English)Princess Victoria Of Hesse, later Marchioness Of Milford Haven in a Victorian Bookmark style.

    Another by Reginald Easton but this girl is an Autumn.:Princess Elizabeth Of Hesse, later Grand Duchess Serge Of Russiahttps://iamachild.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/princess-elizabeth-of-hesse-later-grand-duchess-serge-of-russia.jpg?w=604

    Illustrations of Medieval illuminated manuscripts: