Definition of light-toned in English:

light-toned

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adjective

Light in colour or shade: light-toned maple-veneer cabinets help brighten the space
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  • By 1906 the brilliant colours and joyous freedom of Bevan's earlier painting had given way to a more traditional, light-toned, impressionist palette and a more considered, broken touch.
  • The light-toned stone floor and buff-coloured walls and lack of gallery clutter give full rein to the contemplative nature of her work.
  • The interesting point is the light-toned rocks were coated after they were shaped by wind, so this is not a process that goes back billions of years but is a more recent process.

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