Analogous Complements are defined as three adjacent hues plus the complement of one of the hues.
Both of these paintings fall into the category of Analogous Complement Color Scheme, though I am pushing it a bit by including the yellow green. I find it almost impossible to tack a color scheme label onto a painting after the fact. However, to discuss how colors work together to express mood and movement, a vocabulary must be agreed upon. To recognize a clearly defined color scheme and one that extends beyond the bounds of the color scheme label is instructive.
Both of these paintings are low contrast paintings meaning that all of the colors are close in value ( white to black on the value scale) The closeness of value combined with the color scheme of Analogous Complements creates a more subdued tempo of visual rhythm than a high contrast primary color scheme such as the painting below.
Another example of high contrast primary colors where the blue and red are slightly neutralized is shown below.
My point is that no matter what color scheme you choose, the range of values (light to dark) is of primary importance. I find it more effective to be decisive about value and allow color to be experimental.
Paintings: Painted during the Tuesday Night Blues Jam in Easton, PA. Drawn first with black ink using a dip pen, followed by watercolor.