Have you ever tried painting moonlight? I have not yet, but it is on my list after I have mastered a few other scenes. Of course, it is a painting that must be done from memory, back in the studio. In moonlight we see color blinded. There are 2 different scientific reasons why we perceive the moonlight as blue or green when it is actually slightly red.
Here are a few examples of artists’ work known for painting moonlight.
"Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Moonlight" J M W Turner
“The Call for Help” Frederick Remington
"Scare in a Pack Train" Frederick Remington
"A Busy street at night" John Atkinson Grimshaw
Notice how he painted with a reddish tint, others by him are more green