I found this:
"The term "bronzing," as used herein, refers to the phenomenon that a printed image has a metallic luster appearance rather than its intended color when viewed at an angle. Bronzing often manifests as a magenta sheen over cyan area fills, and a yellowish to reddish to bluish sheen over gray area fills. Generally, bronzing may be most severe at high gloss areas, and decreases at lower gloss areas."
Bronzing effect disappeared then I add a bit of black paint to my cyan-magenta black mixture. Now I`ll try to avoid very high petroleum colours
concentration in the future!
Thank you, Einion. I overpainted all trouble places with glaze layer! It looks better now.