It was black, yellow & green. There was even a popular color called “the Olde Black and Tan” by the end of the century, made from the tanning of human livers. You could find it in grocery stores, hardware stores and tanning salons .
In this article we are not going to focus on limes. They might be the next favorite color. If you want to learn more about the history of the color orange, this is the right time for you. Read also: The History of Orange.
There were only 4 primary colors
Blue was the most popular, followed by red & white. The fourth color was orange
The term “orange” dates back to 14th century Italy
The color of orange in 18th century France was pink and tan
You probably saw orange before today. It’s also the color of the moon today. But what color was the sun born from?
The sun was not a new invention. In the ancient times, sun lamps were widely used as an early source of light in homes and temples, temples and cities. People used this technology for centuries.
We saw that the color white was not that popular when it was invented in 16th century.
White did not exist when black was invented in 18th century
Black was created in 17th century in the USA
Black was popular when red was invented in 18th century
The origin of red
People from different cultures had a lot to say about red. They did not call it red to be different from other colors but in their opinion, red was the color best seen in the sky. They thought that red was the color of the sun’s light. The sun seemed to have the same color because it reflected so much sunlight from the sky. It was easy to identify red when you thought of the sun.
Red was created a while time, but people did not call it red
As a color, red came from an animal – a cat – and it was later renamed and evolved into the color when red turned to yellow and black.
The colors you’ll see in the sky today
Yellow and black
The origins of black
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