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What is "Cool Colors" - Definition & Explanation

Blue, violet and green are cool or light colors. They are reducing in nature, as seen by the eye they move away from the object thereby increasing its size. Cool colors have a calm and restful effect.
Blue, Violet And Green Are Cool / Light Colors. They Are Reducing In Nature, As Seen By The Eye They Move Away From The Object Thereby Increasing Itís Size. Cool Colors Have A Calm And Restful Effect.

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