20 Arty Facts About the Color GREEN

Just Green

For those who missed my previous Arty Fact posts…

Now for the 4th color of the rainbow – GREEN! 

91.

Green is the color of growth and renewal. (31)

92.

Green represents prosperity, abundance, and material wealth. (31)

93.

Green is used to promote organic or environmentally friendly products. (31)

94.

DaVinci’s Mona Lisa wears GREEN, which was typically worn by merchants and bankers. (32)

95.

The most important color in Islam is green. (32)

96.

In Thai, Vietnamese, old Chinese and Japanese, the same word for blue can also mean green. (32)

97.

Green is a restful color that reduces fatigue. (32)

98.

In northern & central Europe, the most common eye color is green. (32)

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99.

Duccio di Buoninsegna painted flesh with a green undercoat to look more realistic. (32)

100.

In Europe and the US, youth is associated with the color green. (32)

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101.

Shakespeare 1st penned the expression “green-eyed monster” In Othello. (32)

102.

Green is a lucky color in Ireland. (33)

103.

Green race cars are considered unlucky. (33)

104.

Green has more shades than any other color. (33)

105.

Deutans can’t see the color green. (33)

106.

Green exit signs are easier to see because they are the complementary color to the red of fire. (33)

107.

Green pigments were historically the most poisonous color because they were laced with arsenic. (34)

108.

Napoleon’s death could have been attributed to green wallpaper laced with arsenic. (35)

109.

Tubed paints allowed the Impressionists to paint outside with newly manufactured bright green. (35)

110.

According to Scriabin’s Musical Colour Wheel based on frequency, the note A is the color GREEN. (30)

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