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Coquelicot

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#ff3800
RGB:
255, 56, 0
CMYK:
0, 78, 100, 0
HSL:
13.2°, 100%, 50%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Orange red
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 2347
in RAL Classic:
RAL 2005
in RAL Design:
RAL 050 60 80
in RAL Effect:
RAL 390-5
What color is Coquelicot? What are the examples of Coquelicot color in everyday life?
2023-05-31 Snargl 2 minutes 54 seconds
# General # Fashion # Design

What color is Coquelicot?

Close up of a red apple on a table with other fruits and vegetables in the background on a table
Red sunset over a mountain range with bushes and bushes in the foreground and a red sky in the background
Close up of a pumpkin with a face and mustache on it's head and a mustache on its nose
Two women in latex outfits standing next to each other in a hallway with a window behind them
Painting of a cat in front of a space background
Coquelicot is a shade of red that is named after the French word for the wild corn poppy, Papaver rhoeas.

It is a bright red color with an orange tint, and it has a hexadecimal code of #FF3800.

Coquelicot is a vivid reddish orange color that can be seen in some paintings by Claude Monet and Robert Vonnoh.

It is also one of the colors of the French flag.

Coquelicot is a pure red color that has 100% red, 21.96% green and 0% blue in the RGB color space, and 0% cyan, 78% magenta, 100% yellow and 0% black in the CMYK color space.

In the HSL color space, it has a hue angle of 13.2 degrees, a saturation of 100% and a lightness of 50%.

Coquelicot is a color that can attract attention and convey energy, passion and excitement.

Example of the palette with the Coquelicot color

Picture with primary colors of Coquelicot, Chocolate, Apricot, Sandy brown and Rufous
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...
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What are the examples of Coquelicot color in everyday life?

Christmas card with bells and holly leaves on a blue background. Example of CMYK 0,78,100,0 color.
Coquelicot color example: City street with a lot of traffic lights on it at night time with a dark sky in the background
Sushi dish with sushi on a plate next to a cactus plant on a table. Example of #FF3800 color.
Painting of a sunset over the ocean with waves crashing on the shore. Example of #FF3800 color.
Woman in a short skirt standing in front of a bar with orange stools and lights on the walls. Example of Coquelicot color.
Coquelicot color example: Woman in an orange dress with a head piece and a necklace on her head
Coquelicot is a bright red color with an orange tint, named after the wild corn poppy flower.
It is a vivid and eye-catching color that can be seen in nature, art, and fashion.
Here are some examples of coquelicot color in everyday life:
  • In nature, coquelicot color can be found in the petals of the corn poppy, also known as the common poppy or the field poppy.
    This flower grows in Europe, Asia, and North Africa, and is often associated with remembrance of war victims.
    The corn poppy has four coquelicot-colored petals and a dark center.
    It is a symbol of beauty, sleep, and peace.
  • In art, coquelicot color can be seen in some famous paintings, such as Les Coquelicots by Claude Monet, Coquelicots by Robert Vonnoh, and Coquelicots by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
    These paintings depict fields of coquelicot-colored poppies in different styles and perspectives.
    They capture the contrast between the bright red flowers and the green or blue backgrounds.
    They also convey a sense of tranquility, joy, and harmony.
  • In fashion, coquelicot color can be used to create a bold and striking look.
    It can be worn as a dress, a shirt, a scarf, a hat, or an accessory.
    It can also be paired with other colors, such as black, white, navy, or beige.
    Coquelicot color can attract attention, express confidence, and make a statement.
    It can also suit different seasons and occasions, depending on the style and fabric.
Coquelicot color is a beautiful and versatile color that can add some flair and excitement to your life.
It is a color that can inspire you, cheer you up, and make you stand out.
It is a color that can remind you of the poppy fields, the impressionist paintings, and the fashion trends.
It is a color that can make you feel alive.

Example of the palette with the Coquelicot color

Picture with primary colors of Midnight Blue, Coquelicot, Gainsboro, Lincoln green and Medium slate blue
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...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 4550-R70B
NCS S 1080-Y70R
NCS S 1500-N
NCS S 5540-G30Y
NCS S 3040-R60B
RAL Classic
RAL 5002
RAL 2009
RAL 9002
RAL 6035
RAL 4005
RAL Design
RAL 270 20 29
RAL 050 60 80
RAL 120 90 05
RAL 140 30 40
RAL 270 60 35
RAL Effect
RAL 590-5
RAL 390-5
RAL 860-1
RAL 750-4
RAL 590-1
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