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Moses Harris, Prismatic colors, [1766] Mimicking the spread of light from a source, Harris places the pure colors at the center of his circle and the lightest at the outer edge. In the late 18th century, Moses Harris elaborated on the Newtonian color wheel by charting not only pure colors, but the various shades of those colors as well.

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