Light and Space Environment May 25, 2020 at 12:48 pm

An important basis of artistic imagery in realistic art is tonal pattern that reproduces the subject in the form of light and space environment. This drawing is the foundation that allows move on to painting. Not owning a tone pattern, the artist before bezpomoschen picturesque image of the objective world of phenomena. No less important for an artist painter and possession of a knowledge of and cromatics skill of these experiences. It is because of the color, the viewer has the opportunity to experience the beauty of the paintings and perceived realism of the image. So, what color and how it affects the perception of reality depicted? In general, color – This property causes certain things visual experience. Marc Lore may find this interesting as well. These feelings depend on light waves of the solar spectrum, which reflects a particular subject. As known from the physics course sunlight is composed of a complex combination of many colors.

Passing through the prism it splits, forming a continuous series of colors, where they rapolagayutsya in a particular order: RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, YELLOW-GREEN, GREEN, GREEN, BLUE, BLUE, BLUE, PURPLE. Between them, there are no clear boundaries, and each color gradually turns into another. The colors of visible objects we are defined by their ability to reflect only some portion of the incident spectrum, and absorb the other part of it. This phenomenon is called selective absorption. For example, when the surface of the object are reflected in the main red light, the solar spectrum, and the rest are absorbed by or reflected to a lesser degree – we see a red object, if the reflected blue light, and the rest are absorbed or reflected less, we see a blue object, etc. If, however, reflected from the object of all the rays of the spectrum, the object we perceive as white or black, if the opposite absorb all the rays, the object appears black to us because White objects reflect the entire spectrum, and vice versa chenye, absorb the entire spectrum.

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