A warm color palette inspired by the work of Edward Hopper

Embracing a Warm Color Palette: Finding Comfort in Edward Hopper’s Solitude

As the days gradually grow warmer, we still find ourselves needing a touch of warmth to dispel the lingering chill in the air. Today’s palette draws inspiration from Edward Hopper, the American artist celebrated for his poignant depictions of loneliness in the modern urban landscape.

A brown color palette inspired by the work of Edgar Degas

Delving into a Rich Brown Color Palette: Inspiration from Edgar Degas

Welcome back to the color studio! Today, we’ll explore the warm, inviting hues of a brown color palette, inspired by a captivating painting from the renowned Impressionist artist, Edgar Degas. Despite being best known for his elegant depictions of ballet dancers, this particular work showcases a moment in a 19th-century New Orleans cotton office.

A contrast color palette inspired by the work of Rene Magritte

Contrast color palette inspired by Rene Magritte

It’s a new year, so how about making a contrast color palette from surrealist art, to do something (unfamiliarly) new?
Although Rene Magritte is not so “color-dominated” artist (as far as I know), it was a pleasure to choose colors from his impressive painting. Hope you enjoy surrealist art as well as today’s palette.

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