Having only one color. Descriptive of work in which one hue ??? perhaps with variations of value and intensity ??? predominates.<br><br>A single color in all it&#39;s values.<br><br>Consisting of only a single color or hue; may include its tints and shades.See the article about "monochrome" to see more.Examples: Andrea Mantegna (Italian, 1431-1506), The Judgment of Solomon, c. 1490-1500, tempera on canvas, 0.465 x 0.370 m, Louvre. See grisaille and Renaissance.James Duffield Harding (English, 1797 or 98