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Apart from being a surface on which to mix, an artist’s palette is also simply a collection of colours that they’ve chosen to use. Some artists’ palettes can appear to be an almost random selection but generally most will be based on a range of cool and warm colours – there will be a selection of various shades of the primary colours blue, red and yellow.

In addition, artists will often include some secondary colours (orange, purple and green) as well as neutrals such as blacks and greys. Most will use some convenience mixes – secondaries or tertiaries that they use frequently –

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