Red Yellow Blue
Medium: Acrylics and pencils on paper
Size: 29.5 x 41.5 inches
Year 1998

RYB (red, yellow, and blue) is a historical set of subtractive primary colors. It is primarily used in art and art education, particularly painting.

Painters have long used more than three "primary" colors in their palettes—and at one point considered red, yellow, blue, and green to be the four primaries. Red, yellow, blue, and green are still widely considered the four psychological primary colors, though red, yellow, and blue are sometimes listed as the three psychological primaries, with black and white occasionally added as a fourth and fifth.

Signed "drew" verticaly lower right edge

© Copyright drew Struzan 1998