Separation Anxiety 1.
Cyan and magenta 2.
Magenta and yellow 3.
Magenta and black 4.
Cyan and yellow Rainbow Coalition Pigments of Imagination 1-h.
Vermilion, which is red like cinnamon. 2-a.
Cadmium yellow. Cadmium is also used in orange and red paints. 3-d.
Emerald green. In the 1860s, materials dyed using copper acetoarsenite created toxic arsenic fumes when exposed to dampness. 4-f.
Egyptian blue required sophisticated manufacture. 5-c.
Cobalt blue. Cobalt is also used in green and purple paints. 6-i.
Mauve became hugely popular in Parisian couture. For the full story, see Mauve: How One Man Invented a Color That Changed the World,
by Simon Garfield (W. W. Norton, 2000). 7-g.
It took 250,000 shellfish to make one ounce of Tyrian purple, making it the stuff of royalty. A pea plant in India produces a chemically similar purple used to make indigo. 8-b.
Charcoal black 9-e.
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