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It is one of the four colors of ink used in color printing by an inkjet printeralong with yellowblackand cyanto make all the other colors. The tone of magenta used in printing is called "printer's magenta". The web color magenta is also called fuchsia. Magenta is an extra-spectral colormeaning that it is not a hue associated with monochromatic visible light. Magenta is associated with perception of spectral power distributions concentrated mostly in longer wavelength reddish components and shorter wavelength blueish components.

In the RGB color system, used to create all the Circulation - Magenta on a television or computer display, magenta is a secondary color, made by combining equal amounts of red and blue light at a high intensity. In this system, magenta is the complementary color of green, and combining green and magenta light on a black screen will create white.

In the CMYK color modelused in color printing, it is one of the three primary colors, along with cyan and yellow, used to print all the rest of the colors. If magenta, cyan, and yellow are printed on top of each other on a page, they make black. In this model, magenta is the complementary color of green, and these two colors have the highest contrast and the greatest harmony. If combined, green and magenta ink will look dark gray or black.

The magenta used in color printing, sometimes called process magenta, is a darker shade than the color used on computer screens. In the Munsell color systemmagenta is called red—purple. If the spectrum is wrapped to form a color wheel, magenta additive secondary appears midway between red and violet.

Violet and red, the two components of magenta, are at opposite ends of the visible spectrum and have very different wavelengths. The additive secondary color magenta, as noted above, is made by combining violet and red light at equal intensity; it is not present in the spectrum itself.

In the RGB color modelused to make colors on computer and television displays, magenta is created by the combination of equal amounts of blue and red light. In the RGB color wheel of additive colorsmagenta is midway between blue and red. In the CMYK color modelused in color printing, cyanmagenta, and yellow combined make black.

In practice, since the inks are not perfect, some black ink is added. Visible spectrum wrapped to join violet and red in Circulation - Magenta additive mixture of magenta. In reality, Circulation - Magenta and red are at opposite ends of the spectrum, and have very different wavelengths.

In optics, fuchsia and magenta are essentially the same color. The web colors fuchsia and magenta are completely identical, and are made by mixing exactly the same proportions of blue and red light. In design and printing, there is a little more variation. The French version of fuchsia in the RGB color model and in printing contains a higher proportion of red than the American version of fuchsia. Fuchsia flowers themselves, which inspired both colors, have a variety of colors, from fuchsia to purple to red.

The flower of the Fuchsia plant was the original inspiration for the dye, which was later renamed magenta dye. Magenta took its name in from this aniline dye that was originally called " fuchsine ", after the fuchsia flower. Magenta has been used in color printing since the late nineteenth century. Images are printed in three colors; magenta, cyan, and yellow, which when combined can make Portal To The Oneiric - Corpse Garden - Entheogen colors.

This image from is using the alternative RYB color model instead. Magenta is the complementary color of green. The two colors combined in the RGB model Circulation - Magenta white.

Side-by-side, they provide the highest possible contrast Quitters Never Win - Dr. John - High Priest Of Psychedelic Voodoo reinforce each other's brightness. The Indonesian Marine Corps beret color is magenta purple. The color magenta was the result of the industrial chemistry revolution of the mid-nineteenth century, which began with the invention by William Perkin of mauveine inwhich was the first synthetic aniline dye.

The enormous commercial success of the dye and the new color it produced, mauveinspired other chemists in Europe to develop new colors made from aniline dyes. In the same year, two British chemists, Chambers Nicolson and George Maule, working at the laboratory Circulation - Magenta the paint manufacturer George Simpson, located in Walworth, south of London, made another aniline dye with a similar red-purple color, which they began to manufacture in under Circulation - Magenta name "roseine".

In they changed the name of the color to "magenta", in honor of the Battle of Magenta fought between the French and Austrians at Magenta, Lombardy the year before, and the new color became a commercial success. Starting in the family of quinacridone dyes was developed.

These have colors ranging from red to violet, so nowadays a quinacridone dye is often used for magenta. Various tones of magenta—light, bright, brilliant, vivid, rich, or deep—may be formulated by adding varying amounts of white to quinacridone artist's paints. Another dye used for magenta is Lithol Rubine BK.

One of its uses is as a food coloring. In color printingthe color called process magentapigment magentaor printer's magenta is one of the three primary pigment colors which, along with yellow and cyanconstitute the three subtractive primary colors of pigment. The secondary colors of pigment are blue, green, and red. As such, the hue magenta is the complement of green : magenta pigments absorb green light; thus magenta and green are opposite colors.

The CMYK printing process was invented in the s, when newspapers began to Circulation - Magenta color comic strips. Different formulations are used for printer's ink, so there may be variations in the printed color that is pure magenta ink. A typical formulation of process magenta is shown in the color box at right. At right is the web color magenta. It is one of the three secondary colors in the RGB color model. On the RGB color wheelmagenta is the color between rose and violetand halfway between red and blue.

In the RGB color model, it is created by combining equal intensities of red and blue light. The two web colors magenta and fuchsia are exactly the same color. Sometimes the web color magenta is called electric magenta or electronic magenta. While the magenta used Circulation - Magenta printing and the web color have the same name, they have important differences. Circulation - Magenta magenta the color used for magenta printing ink—also called printer's or pigment magenta is much less vivid than the color magenta achievable on a computer screen.

CMYK printing technology cannot accurately reproduce on paper the color on the computer screen. When the web color magenta is reproduced on paper, it is Circulation - Magenta fuchsia and it is physically impossible for it to appear on paper as vivid as Circulation - Magenta a computer screen.

Colored pencils and crayons called "magenta" are usually colored the color of process magenta printer's magenta shown above. Magenta, along with mauve, made with the newly discovered aniline dyesbecame a popular fashion color in the second half of the nineteenth century.

It appeared in art in this work, Psycheby Bouguereau. Paul GauguinPortrait of Marie Lagadu Henri MatisseLes toits de Collioure Henri Matisse and Circulation - Magenta other painters of the Fauvist movement were the first to make a major use of magenta to surprise and make an impact on the emotions of the viewer.

In the s, magenta was a popular color in psychedelic artsuch as this concert Sado-Masochist - F.T.C. (Frustration Towards Creation) - Bound Child for the Avalon Messy Marv And Young Doe - AM To The PM in San Francisco Coral from the Persian Gulf.

An Andean flamingoPhoenicopterus andinus. A dragonflyor Anisoptera Ana Cotta. Pseudanthias tuka, a reef Circulation - Magenta from the Indian Ocean. Magenta is a common color Circulation - Magenta flowers, particularly in the tropics and sub-tropics. Because magenta Circulation - Magenta the complementary color of green, magenta flowers have the highest contrast Circulation - Magenta the green foliage, and therefore are more visible to the animals needed for their pollination.

Polemoniaceaeor Phlox. Mirabilis jalapa "Four O'Clock Flower". The German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom uses a magenta logo. It has sought to prevent use of any similar color by other businesses, even those in unrelated fields, such as the insurance company Lemonade. Magenta was the English name of Tokyo's Oedo subway line color. It was later alternated to ruby. In aircraft autopilot systems, the path that pilot or plane should follow to its destination is usually indicated in cockpit displays using the color magenta.

This is the highest currency note printed by RBI that is in active circulation in India. Indian rupee note, obverse. Indian rupee note, reverse. Magenta is an extremely rare color to find on heraldic flags and coats of arms, since its adoption dates back to relatively recent times. However, there are some examples of its use:.

Cantabrian LabarumCantabriaSpain. Canting arms of the commune of MagentaFrance. Flag of the municipality of CartagoColombia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the color. For other uses, see Magenta disambiguation. Color printers today use magenta, cyan, and yellow ink to produce the full range of colors. Orchid Phalaenopsis. Geranium sanguineum. Dahlia "Hillcrest Royal".

Syringa "Paul Deschanel". Lily "Malinoviy Zvon". Achillea "Staroe Burgundskoe".


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