C. A tremendous amount of movement.
(I don't remember if I answered this already)
C) a tremendous amount of movement
The new ideas to demonstrate movement in art began to be used in the late 19th century but found a strong and fertile terrain on the 20th-century art. In this case, space is filled almost complete, with strong colors and portraits representing rapid movements, such as waving arms, legs separated to indicate the walk, cars with a distorted effect to represent the speed, and so on.
very interesting question. i'm a guy, so my vote hardly matters, but blue according to my wife is a purple with more blue than red.
the "brown" is not mauve. that's the tough one. it has more brown the mauve in it. you almost need a color wheel to tell or a paint sample book. her gloves are a deeper purple.
i would also qualify this by saying you need say how good your monitor is. i'm working with a lap top so i couldn't swear by anything i've written is accurate. i had 3 women offer an opinion. they were not in agreement and they were not certain.
for posting. i'm more of a math type so i'm staying out of this but it was lots of fun.