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A circular arrangement of hues in the order that they appear in the light color spectrum. The color wheel most commonly referenced has 12 segments and uses the subtractive color model.
The name for three hues positioned on the color wheel in the shape of an equilateral triangle.
The triad of red, blue and yellow on the subtractive color wheel or red, green and blue (RGB) on the additive color wheel.
Hues which are the result of mixing two primary colors in equal amounts.
Hues which are the result of mixing two secondary colors in equal amounts.
1920s Swiss painter and teacher who developed color theory as we know it today and wrote "The Art of Color". Itten's twelve-step "color sphere" is still in widespread use as a model for students of color theory.