An followed red
of a quiet retiring nature, soft
soothing in effect, imparting the same quality to
hues in which
one of the cool symbolically emblematical of heaven,
and is and intelligence.
Green (Complementary Colour, Purple).
the most prevalent colour in nature, and the least stimu-
has a remarkably distinct and striking effect on the eye. It is highly refreshing as well as soothing, and
Yet power eye the nervous of the is sooner exhausted by strong greens than by any other hue thus, a piece of
the necessary restful colour, the opposite of red.
work with a preponderance to look at constantly
not so pleasing
piece where blue pre-
youth, happiness and prosperity.
complementary of green is purple (violet-red). Yellow (Complementary Colour, Blue). Yellow approaches white, and is therefore a brilliant and advancing colour. It possesses the greatest power of is rather difficult to combine unless reflecting light
Bright yellow has been used emblematically,
and old jealousy and envy.
to express charity, joyousness, plenteousness
the symbol of
Orange (Complementary Colour, Greenish-blue).
—Orange, coming between red and yellow, partakes of the expresses warmth, fruitfulness and nature of both — it
wealth. of green.
The complementary colour
blue with a tinge