Hues

Hues may refer to:

  • Jack Hues (born 1954), English musician best known for forming the 1980s band Wang Chung
  • Robert Hues (1553–1632), English mathematician and geographer
  • Hues (album), a live album by American jazz saxophonist Sam Rivers

Other articles related to "hues, hue":

Robert Hues - Career
... Hues became interested in geography and mathematics – an undated source indicates that he disputed accepted values of variations of the compass ... Hues perhaps become acquainted with the sailor Thomas Cavendish at this time, as both of them were taught by Harriot at Raleigh's school of navigation. 17th-century manuscript states that Hues circumnavigated the world with Cavendish between 1586 and 1588 "purposely for taking the true Latitude of places" he may have been the "NH" who wrote a brief ...
Robert Hues
... Robert Hues (1553 – 24 May 1632) was an English mathematician and geographer ... Hues became interested in geography and mathematics, and studied navigation at a school set up by Walter Raleigh ... Between 1586 and 1588, Hues traveled with Thomas Cavendish on a circumnavigation of the globe, performing astronomical observations and taking the latitudes of places they visited ...
Robert Hues - Later Life
... In later years, Hues lived in Oxford where he discussed mathematics and allied subjects with like-minded friends ... Under the terms of the will of Thomas Harriot, who died on 2 July 1621, Hues and Warner were given the responsibility of helping Harriot's executor Nathaniel Torporley to prepare Harriot ... Hues was also required to help price Harriot's books and other possessions for sale to the Bodleian Library ...
List Of Software Palettes - Other Common Uses of Software Palettes - Color Gradient Palettes
... color gradient from darkest to lightest arbitrary hues ... Another gradient example, based on blue hues, is presented here (right), but any hue or mixing of hues can be used ...

Famous quotes containing the word hues:

    We know that madness belongs to love,—what power to paint a vile object in hues of heaven.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    But who can paint
    Like Nature? Can imagination boast
    Amid its gay creation, hues like hers?
    James Thomson (1700–1748)

    the green hells of the sea
    Where fallen skies and evil hues and eyeless creatures be;
    On them the sea-valves cluster and the grey sea-forests curl,
    Splashed with a splended sickness, the sickness of the pearl;
    Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874–1936)