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Magenta dye

Before printer's magenta was invented in the 1890s for CMYK printing, and electric magenta was invented in the 1980s for computer displays, these two artificially engineered colors were preceded by the color displayed at right, which is the color originally called magenta made from coal tar dyes in the year 1859. Besides being called original magenta, magenta dye color is also called rich magenta to distinguish it from the colors printer's magenta and electric magenta.

magenta dye

HEX: #CA1F7B
HSV: (326°, 90%, 79%)
RGB: rgb(202, 31, 123)

Magenta (subtractive primary)

In color printing, the color called process magenta or pigment magenta is one of the three primary pigment colors which, along with yellow and cyan, constitute the three subtractive primary colors of pigment. (The secondary colors of pigment are blue, green, and red.) As such, the CMYK printing process was invented in the 1890s, when newspapers began to publish color comic strips.

magenta(subtractive primary)

HEX: #FF0090
HSV: (326°, 100%, 100%)
RGB: rgb(255, 0, 144)

Magenta (additive secondary)

It is made by a mixture of red and blue light at equal intensity. It is called magenta on X11 list of color names, and fuchsia on the HTML color list. The web colors magenta and fuchsia are exactly the same color. Sometimes the web color magenta is called electric magenta or electronic magenta.

magenta(additive secondary)

HEX: #FF00FF
HSV: (300°, 100%, 100%)
RGB: rgb(255, 0, 255)

Violet (web color)

Vivid purple.
Although called violet, it is actually a shade of magenta.

violet(web color)

HEX: #EE82EE
HSV: (300°, 45%, 93%)
RGB: rgb(238, 130, 238)

Amaranth purple

Amaranth (color) is a reddish-rose color that is a representation of the color of the flower of the amaranth plant.

amaranth purple

HEX: #AB274F
HSV: (342°, 77%, 67%)
RGB: rgb(171, 39, 79)

Magenta (Crayola)

Originally called brilliant rose but the name was changed in 1958 to magenta. This color has a hue angle of 329, which is close to the hue angle of the color rose, which is 330.

magenta(Crayola)

HEX: #F653A6
HSV: (329°, 66%, 97%)
RGB: rgb(246, 83, 166)

Shocking pink(Ultra Pink)

This is a Crayola crayon color formulated in 1972 and called ultra pink. In 1990 the name was changed to shocking pink.

shocking pink(Ultra pink)

HEX: #FF6FFF
HSV: (300°, 48%, 83%)
RGB: rgb(255, 111, 255)

Razzle dazzle rose

This color is a vivid tone of rose tending toward magenta. This is a Crayola crayon color formulated in 1972 and called hot magenta. In 1990 the name changed to razzle dazzle rose.

razzle dazzle rose

HEX: #FF33CC
HSV: (315°, 80%, 100%)
RGB: rgb(255, 51, 204)

Hot Magenta

Vivid reddish purple. This color was formulated by Crayola in 1986.

hot magenta

HEX: #FF1DCE
HSV: (313°, 89%, 100%)
RGB: rgb(255, 29, 206)

Purple Pizzazz

Vivid reddish purple. This color was formulated by Crayola in 1990.

purple pizzazz

HEX: #FE4EDA
HSV: (312°, 69%, 100%)
RGB: rgb(254, 78, 218)

Shocking Pink

Shocking pink (the original 1937 shocking pink) takes its name from the tone of pink used in the lettering on the box of the perfume called Shocking, designed by Leonor Fini for the Surrealist fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli in 1937.

shocking pink

HEX: #FC0FC0
HSV: (315°, 94%, 99%)
RGB: rgb(252, 15, 192)

Orchid

The color orchid, since it has a hue code of 302, may be classified as a rich tone of magenta. Orchid is a representation of the color of the orchidaceae flower.
The first recorded use of orchid as a color name in English was in 1915.

orchid

HEX: #DA70D6
HSV: (302°, 49%, 86%)
RGB: rgb(218, 112, 214)

Magenta (Pantone)

The color is called magenta in the Pantone color system. The source of this color is the "Pantone Textile Paper eXtended (TPX)" color list, color #17-2036 TPX—Magenta.

magenta(Pantone)

HEX: #D0417E
HSV: (334°, 69%, 82%)
RGB: rgb(208, 65, 126)

Telemagenta

This is one of the colors in the RAL color matching system, a color system widely used in Europe.
The RAL color list first originated in 1927, and it reached its present form in 1961.

telemagenta

HEX: #CF3476
HSV: (334°, 75%, 81%)
RGB: rgb(207, 52, 118)

Sky Magenta

The color sky magenta is a representation of the color of the sky near the sun during the brief period during twilight when the pink of sunset transitions into the blue of early evening.
This color was one of the colors in the set of Venus Paradise colored pencils, a popular brand of colored pencils in the 1950s.
This color is also called medium lavender pink.

sky magenta

HEX: #CF71AF
HSV: (320°, 46%, 81%)
RGB: rgb(207, 113, 175)

Steel Pink

The color steel pink was introduced by Crayola in January 2011, when the Ultra Hot and Super Cool set of Crayola colored pencils was fully introduced. "Steel pink" is a deep tone of magenta.

steel pink

HEX: #CC33CC
HSV: (300°, 75%, 80%)
RGB: rgb(204, 51, 204)

Magenta Haze

Described as a Moderate purplish red.

The source of this color is the "Pantone Textile Paper eXtended (TPX)" color list, color #18-2525 TPX—Magenta Haze.

magenta haze

HEX: #9F4576
HSV: (327°, 57%, 62%)
RGB: rgb(159, 69, 118)

Quinacridone Magenta

Quinacridone magenta is a color made from quinacridone dye. It is sold in tubes at art supply stores. By mixing various amounts of white with it, artists may create a wide range of light, bright, brilliant, vivid, rich, or deep tones of magenta.

quinacridone magenta

HEX: #9A114F
HSV: (333°, 89%, 60%)
RGB: rgb(154, 17, 79)

Plum (Crayola)

The color plum, since it has a hue code of 307, may be regarded as a dark tone of magenta. The color plum is a close representation of the average color of the plum fruit.

The first recorded use of plum as a color name in English was in 1805.

plum

HEX: #843179
HSV: (308°, 63%, 52%)
RGB: rgb(132, 49, 121)

Dark Magenta

Described as a Vivid purple.

dark magenta

HEX: #8B008B
HSV: (300°, 100%, 55%)
RGB: rgb(139, 0, 139)

Rose quartz

There is a grayish tone of rose called rose quartz.

The first recorded use of rose quartz as a color name in English was in 1926.

rose quartz

HEX: #AA98A9
HSV: (303°, 11%, 67%)
RGB: rgb(170, 152, 169)

African Violet

Described as a Light purple.

The source of this color is the "Pantone Textile Paper eXtended (TPX)" color list, color #16-3250 TPX—African Violet.

african violet

HEX: #B284BE
HSV: (288°, 31%, 75%)
RGB: rgb(178, 132, 190)

English Violet

Described as a Dark purple.

The first recorded use of English violet as a color name in English was in 1928.

english violet

HEX: #563C5C
HSV: (289°, 35%, 36%)
RGB: rgb(86, 60, 92)

Chinese Violet

The first recorded use of Chinese violet as a color name in English was in 1912.

The source of this color is the "Pantone Textile Paper eXtended (TPX)" color list, color #18-3418 TPX—Chinese Violet.

chinese violet

HEX: #856088
HSV: (296°, 29%, 53%)
RGB: rgb(133, 96, 136)

Violet (JTC)

This is the color called "violet" in the traditional Japanese colors group, a group of colors in use since beginning in 660 CE in the form of various dyes that are used in designing kimono.

The name of this color in Japanese is sumire-iro, meaning "violet color".

japanese violet

HEX: #5B3256
HSV: (307°, 45%, 36%)
RGB: rgb(91, 50, 86)