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blue

(blū),
A color between green and indigo on the spectrum. For individual blue dyes, see the specific name.
Synonym(s): cerulean

cerulean

[siro̅o̅′lē·ən]
Etymology: L, caelum, sky
sky-blue in color.
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Davis draws on a palette of grey cerulean blue used from the time of Louis V and Madame Pompadour for the exterior to match the Petrossian shops in Europe and Manhattan, and prominently highlights the Robertson Avenue presence with the vivid red lettering of the Petrossian marquee on the facade.
THE sun's beating down from a cerulean blue sky and tourists are flocking to our beautiful beaches and stunning countryside in their thousands.
Lachey, host of The Sing-Off, and Minnillo, the new host of Wipeout, exchanged vows atop a cliff overlooking the cerulean blue waters of the BVI.
The mounting, kissing, and stroking of bodies on brightly patterned beach towels, expressions of casual freedom against the deep cobalt blue of the lake juxtaposed with the pale cerulean blue of the sky, result in a titillating viewing experience.
Among the other modern highlights are two remarkable works by Pablo Picasso, Bacchanale, 1959, a dramatic linocut which juxtaposes earth tones with cerulean blue and white (estimate: $75,000-$85,000) and Untitled, 1963, a subtle watercolor depicting the horse and the bull, iconic imagery which recurs throughout Picasso's oeuvre (estimate: $150,000-$200,000).
The Potato Room included, among other things, six large paintings, six wall hangings made of peas and book fragments, and numerous potato sculptures, hung on and stacked atop cerulean blue walls and pedestals.
In Sho, 1997, traces of cerulean blue underpainting show through thickly applied layers of olive and a dull verdigris green, giving the composition a surprising depth.
A group of colors, without an adjective like "full," that I especially like is of course cadmium red light, cerulean blue, chartreuse, and permanent green.
It was a relief to see colour begin to soak through in the cyans, cornflowers and cerulean blues at Christopher Kane, Jonathan Saunders and Matthew Williamson," says Katie Smith, senior retail analyst at EDITD.
Large in scale and executed in rich and saturated tones of turquoise, cerulean blues and sea-foam greens with fiery red accents, this remarkable work was expected to fetch around 1m [pounds sterling].
On the international catwalks, designers set the vibrant gem tone with cerulean blues at Burberry, emerald greens at Gucci and amethyst purples at Roksanda Ilincic.