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Burnt Sienna

Burnt Sienna

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#e97451
RGB:
233, 116, 81
CMYK:
0, 50, 65, 9
HSL:
13.8°, 77.6%, 61.6%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Terra cotta
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 7416
in RAL Classic:
RAL 2012
in RAL Design:
RAL 040 60 60
in RAL Effect:
RAL 420-4
What color is Burnt Sienna? What are the examples of Burnt Sienna color in life?
2023-05-17 Snargl 3 minutes 54 seconds
# General # Fashion # Design

What color is Burnt Sienna?

Painting of a city on fire with smoke billowing out of it's towers and buildings on a hill
Woman in a bikini top and gold jewelry smiling at the camera with a smile on her face
Small orange toy with spikes on its head and eyes on a table next to a brown background
Painting of a strange building with a giant wave on it's surface in the middle of the night
Cartoon character with a helmet and a large breast wearing a helmet and a large breast
Man in a brown leather jacket and black shirt is looking at the camera with a serious look on his face

Burnt sienna is a deep reddish-brown color that is produced by heating raw sienna, a kind of clay.

It is often used in art and design to create a warm, cozy, and earthy feeling.

It is also a popular color for home decor and furnishing.

Burnt sienna has a hexadecimal code of #E97451 and RGB values of 233, 116, 81.

It is a soft red with a hue angle of 13.8 degrees, a saturation of 77.6%, and a lightness of 61.6%.

Burnt sienna can be combined with other colors to create different effects.

For example, pairing it with oranges and yellows can create an inviting and autumnal palette, while using it with greens and blues can evoke a fresh and natural vibe.

For a feminine and delicate look, burnt sienna can be matched with coral or salmon and whites.

Burnt sienna is a common pigment in painting, especially in oil and watercolor.

It can be used to create shadows, skin tones, landscapes, and historical scenes.

Some famous artists who used burnt sienna in their works include Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, and Pablo Picasso.

Example of the palette with the Burnt Sienna color

Picture with primary colors of Dark sienna, Burnt Sienna, Pale gold, Russet and Dark sea green
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 3007
RAL 2012
RAL 1000
RAL 8029
RAL 7045
RAL Design
RAL 080 20 10
RAL 040 60 60
RAL 075 80 40
RAL 050 30 36
RAL 130 70 30
RAL Effect
RAL 790-5
RAL 420-4
RAL 310-2
RAL 350-5
RAL 750-2
Author:

What are the examples of Burnt Sienna color in life?

Woman with a necklace and earrings on her neck and a sky background with clouds in the background
Painting of people walking down a city street at night time with buildings and lights on the buildings are lit up
Leather top - best trend of summer
Flower with a candle in the middle of it and a sky background with stars in the sky and a blue and orange flower
Man with a beard and glasses wearing a suit and bow tie and a brown jacket and a white shirt
Table with a vase and a cup on it with candles in the background and a candle holder with flowers on it
Cat with glowing eyes on the floor in front of a window with curtains and a lamp on
Computer generated image of a desert with a sky background and a distant planet in the distance with a man on a small boat
Burnt sienna is a dark reddish-brown color that is obtained by heating raw sienna, a type of yellowish-brown clay.
The name comes from the Italian phrase “terra di Siena” or “earth of Siena”, where the pigment was produced during the Renaissance.
Burnt sienna is a popular color with painters and designers, as it can evoke feelings of warmth, comfort, and optimism.

Some examples of burnt sienna color in life are:
  • The soil of Tuscany, which is rich in limonite, the main component of sienna pigment.

  • The fur of some animals, such as foxes, squirrels, and chestnut horses.

  • The leaves of some trees, such as maples, oaks, and beeches, in autumn.

  • The bricks and tiles of some buildings, especially in Mediterranean countries.

  • The pottery and ceramics of some cultures, such as Native American and African.

Example of the palette with the Burnt Sienna color

Picture with primary colors of Sepia, Smoky black, Burnt Sienna, Pale gold and Rose taupe
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 8029
RAL 9005
RAL 2012
RAL 1000
RAL 1036
RAL Design
RAL 050 30 36
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 040 60 60
RAL 075 80 40
RAL 010 40 25
RAL Effect
RAL 350-6
RAL 790-5
RAL 420-4
RAL 310-2
RAL 340-3

Example of the palette with the Burnt Sienna color

Picture with primary colors of Cafe noir, Smoky black, Burnt Sienna, Pearl and Raw umber
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 8016
RAL 9005
RAL 2012
RAL 1013
RAL 1027
RAL Design
RAL 050 20 16
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 040 60 60
RAL 080 90 10
RAL 075 50 58
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