Beyond the basics, can you identify paint colors by their names? Cerulean? Vermillion? Sepia? Viridian? Alizarin Crimson? There are 30 in all on this worksheet. An answer key is provided.
I use this worksheet with my senior art students. Once you leave high school and have to buy paints on your own, the usual red, yellow, and blue supplied in school won't cut it. Looking at these colors and their names is a great exercise for students to realize there is more than one version of each color. They will learn to mix them, or buy them outright. Decisions, decisions!
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