Medium Purple 🎨 RGB Color Code: #9370DB
The hexadecimal RGB code of Medium Purple color is #9370DB. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 93 red (147/256), a 70 green (112/256) and a DB blue component (219/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(147,112,219). Closest WebSafe color: Amethyst (#9966CC)
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Magenta 25%/65% 0° Rosy Brown, 120° Dark Sea Green 59–60%/65% 260° Medium Purple, 302° Orchid, 340° Pale Violet Red 100%/86% 38° Moccasin, 351°
are numerous variations of the color purple, a sampling of which are shown below. In common English usage, purple is a range of hues of color occurring
as a medium purple or a light pinkish-purple. The term lavender may be used in general to apply to a wide range of pale, light or grayish-purples but only
different shades of purple Andalusite (strong): green-brown / dark red / purple Beryl (medium): purple / colorless Corundum (high): purple / orange Hypersthene
magenta Medium orange Medium orchid Medium Persian blue Medium pink Medium purple Medium red Medium red-violet Medium ruby Medium sea green Medium sky blue
and has 10 base colors while only 4 of those new: Bright Red, Pink, Medium Purple and Dark Blue. Other 6 were in the system before: Yellow 012, Orange
color medium violet red. By the 1970s, because of the advent of psychedelic art, artists became used to brighter pigments, and pigments called "purple" or
Byzantine is displayed at right. The color Byzantine is a rich tone of medium purple toned toward magenta. The first recorded use of byzantine as a color
0064 0.01225 ± 0.00075 0.311 ± 0.019 0.00500 ± 0.00025 0.1270 ± 0.0064 Medium purple 25 0.02025 ± 0.00025 0.5144 ± 0.0064 0.01025 ± 0.00075 0.260 ± 0.019
Tyrian purple (Ancient Greek: πορφύρα porphúra; Latin: purpura), also known as Phoenician red, Phoenician purple, royal purple, imperial purple, or imperial
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There are many ways to mix/generate a color. Computer screens display the required color mixing tiny red, green and blue lights (RGB). Turning off all three components results in a black pixel, while if all components are lit up on full brightness that results a white light.
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