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Posted By: George O'Hanlon
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That's correct.

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Posted : Apr 4, 2017
Posted By: arrerbdrapano
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Thanks George. In the text it says that 'shades' are represented by black. From your post, I gather that these would be more like dark shadow areas. 

Posted : Apr 4, 2017
Posted By: George O'Hanlon
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This is how they described the tones of the shades on an objetion and shadows cast by the object. Shades were represented by cool shades or "blue".

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Posted : Apr 2, 2017
Posted By: arrerbdrapano
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I was just reading the article about Le Blon's color theory, where he says: 

"True painting represents ... Turnings by Blue."

So, what are "turnings"? 

Posted : Apr 2, 2017

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