The three primary colors of light are blue, green and red. As primary colors, these three colors can combine to create all other colors visible to the human eye. More »

The colors that never result from combining two other colors are the primary colors of pigment, while the colors that produce white light when combined are the primary colors of light. Each of these categories includes t... More »

Which colors are considered primary depends on whether the method being used is additive or subtractive. Additive primary colors are red, blue and green. Subtractive primary colors are magenta, cyan and yellow. More » Art & Literature Fine Art Painting

White light is made up of all the colors of light. Sunlight contains all the colors of light in a continuous spectrum. A prism may separate the colors and produce a rainbow. More »

White light can be split into seven colors, namely, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. The colors can be remembered using the acronym "ROYGBIV." More »

Blue is a primary color and cannot be created by mixing other colors. A light blue paint is made by mixing blue with enough white to reach the desired tint. Adding blue to a light green paint will produce a green-blue ti... More »

The bending of light, or refraction, occurs when light passes between two mediums with different refractive indexes. The change in media causes the light to change speed and wavelength, and thus the light appears to bend... More »