They vary in ground color from a little darker than "citrine drab," through "light brownish olive," to "dark olive buff."
Tertiary Colours are three only, citrine, russet, and olive.
We also see that purple and citrine harmonise, and green and russet, and orange and olive.
Cold greens contrast with purple and harmonize with citrine.
Only under a moderate magnification do the citrine tints come out.
Warm greens contrast with purple and harmonize with citrine.
The third circle shows how slate, citrine and russet are made.
About 1710 citrine and yellow were used in connection with the tan (Plate 2).
The citrine and the plum, however, are approximate contrasts.
Made by combining two secondary colors; tertiary colors are slate, russet and citrine.