The landscape is stark and monochrome, a burnt yellow scene.
Spring is planting season, and the prairie, unlike the days of the pioneers, becomes a monochrome green.
He talked about monochrome color-blocks and an absolute positioning of the Fendi image: contrasts with visual harmony.
The blood of colour was beginning to run weakly through the monochrome.
While some of the works were executed in brilliant colours, most of them were in monochrome.
But in monochrome painting from the cast it is of very little service.
The monochrome of gold behind the gables was drifting into color.
This book was available only as monochrome scans, so it is not known whether the cover was originally in color.
Later on, the oaks, in a monochrome of buff, will rival the beeches.
Unfortunately, not having the originals, I can only give them in monochrome.
Literally "one colour". Usually used for a black and white (or sometimes green or orange) monitor as distinct from a color monitor. Normally, each pixel on the display will correspond to a single bit of display memory and will therefore be one of two intensities. A grey-scale display requires several bits per pixel but might still be called monochrome.