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B784A7B784A7B784A7B784A7B784A7183132167Opera Mauve 🎨 RGB Color Code: #B784A7

The hexadecimal RGB code of Opera Mauve color is #B784A7. This code is composed of a hexadecimal B7 red (183/256), a 84 green (132/256) and a A7 blue component (167/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(183,132,167). Closest WebSafe color: Puce (#CC9999)
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Opera Mauve on Wikipedia

at right is opera mauve. The first recorded use of opera mauve as a color name in English was in 1927. The color displayed at right is mauve taupe. The
List of colors (compact)
Old lavender Old mauve Old moss green Old rose Old silver Olive Olive drab (#3) Olive drab #7 Olive green Olivine Onyx Opal Opera mauve Orange Orange (color
The Phantom of the Opera (2004 film)
a multicolored affair in which mauve, puce, green, and black amongst others are on display. The Phantom of the Opera was released in the United Kingdom
List of colors: N–Z
22% 195° 4% 22% 7% 22% Opal #A8C3BC 66% 76% 74% 164° 18% 71% 14% 76% Opera mauve #B784A7 72% 52% 65% 319° 26% 62% 28% 72% Orange #FF7F00 100% 50% 0% 30°
Two Hearts (Kish Mauve song)
titled "2 Hearts", is a song first recorded by British electronic duo Kish Mauve, written for their 2005 self-titled extended play and later re-recorded
Senior Railcard
description of the colour is "mauve", but the actual colour of these tickets when printed more closely resembles the colour "Opera mauve" (Hex triplet #CA82AF)
Vincent van Gogh
and to meet with his second cousin, Anton Mauve. Mauve was the successful artist Van Gogh longed to be. Mauve invited him to return in a few months and
The Starry Night
Johanna van Gogh-Bonger Andries Bonger Theo van Gogh (film director) Anton Mauve Johannes Stricker Cataloguers Jacob Baart de la Faille (1928 and 1970; "F")
Danielle Darrieux
with Kenneth More. In 1963, she starred in the romantic comedy La Robe Mauve de Valentine at the Chatelet Theatre in Paris. The play was adapted from
Hague School
Gerard Bilders, moved to Oosterbeek in 1852 and attracted many pupils: Anton Mauve, a cousin-in-law of Vincent van Gogh, the Maris brothers (Jacob, Willem

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