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Munsell selected the secondary colors for his primary colors based on _____ ______.
simultaneous contrast
The rules of atmospheric or aerial perspective were thought to be formulated by _____.
Leonardo da Vinci
By the nineteenth century, _____ perspective had come to dominate the thinking of landscape painters.
aerial
A color's brightness or dullness is called its _____.
intensity or saturation
The gradual transition from light to dark in a painting was referred to by Renaissance artists as _____.
chiaroscuro
Artemisia Gentileschi used _____, a painting technique that means "murky."
tenebrism
Using closely drawn parallel lines to create an area of shade is called _____.
hatching
Adding white to a hue creates a _____.
tint
When painting technique depicts the haze or humidity of the atmosphere in a scene, we call the overall effect _____ perspective.
atmospheric or aerial
On Newton's color wheel, colors that lie directly between a secondary color and a primary color are called _____.
intermediate