Fuchsia (/ fju mə / az-shə) is a purplish red color. He was named after the German botanist Leonhart Fuchs, who lived in the 16th century. The Fuchsia color was first introduced by French chemist Francois-Emmanuel Verguin in 1859 as a new aniline dye color, which is called fuchsine.
To celebrate a victory in the French army on 4 June 1859 at the Battle of Magenta, his name was changed to magenta, ie, magenta. The RGB color model is used to create colors on computer and television screens, and web colors, fuchsia and magenta, are considered the same color.
Fuchsia color is obtained by mixing blue and red light with full and even intensity. There are more differences between magenta and fuchsia in color printing and design. Magenta is more reddish, while fuchsia is usually more purplish. Fuchsia flower contains a wide range of purple color.