Complementary Colors. Complements sit across from one another on the traditional color wheel. Complementary color schemes were very common in Renaissance paintings—dark grays were created by layering neutrals on top each other. Jan Van Eyck—Madonna of the Chancellor Rolin.
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Jan Van Eyck—Madonna of the Chancellor Rolin
Blue/orange contrast, neither color at full saturation
Red + Green (Yellow +Blue)
Yellow+ Purple (Red +Blue)
Thus, each complementary pairing is also a combination of all primary colors (a single primary, as well as two other primaries combined to create a secondary color).