Aktualisiert: 10. Aug. 2021
COLOUR IS A POWER WHICH DIRECTLY INFLUENCES THE SOUL.
Colours have a tremendous positive impact on our wellbeing.
The first known theory of colour was developed by Aristotle (384BC-322BC), who believed it was sent by God from heaven through celestial rays of light. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) preferred to meditate in a lavender or purple-coloured light, it is said.
In 1666, English scientist Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) discovered that when
pure white light passes through a prism, it separates into all of the visible colours. He organized his findings in a colour wheel showing the three "primary colours" separated by the three "secondary colours".
In the 1700’s Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) suggested in his “A Theory of Colour”, that colour and light have subjective and emotional aspects.
How colours affect us
Yellow, red and blue are known as “Primary” colours.
Yellow: Optimistic and youthful
Blue: Trustworthy and sense of security
Green, orange and purple are known as “Secondary” colours.
Green: Wealth and calmness
Orange: Appetite stimulant and creativity booster
Three other popular message-driven colours are black, white and pink.
Black: Powerful and glamorous
White: Associated with light, goodness, innocence, purity, and virginity
Pink: Romantic and feminine.
Discover the artworks the artists have produced while in Lockdown and enjoy the colours.
NEW IN FEBRUARY 2021
Mevlana Lipp has created exclusively for RPR ART three drawings, as well as a small selection of unique artworks, available until March 31, 2021. Read my interview with the artist and browse his artworks here: Paintings and Drawings.
Raphael Brunk has developed a new series called HEX. He names his artworks after the average colour value of all pixels in the respective image. HEX is a colour value code. Discover his new works.
New to our edition program is Axel Winter, who has recently graduated from art academy Halle. Discover his editions in our art boutique.
Lockdown has not only sparked creativity among the artists but also brought about positive a
spects for the art market: Winning new clients!
Read more in my ART MARKET WATCH.
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