Monday Mood

Looking a little proud today. I do love Payne’s grey.

Payne’s grey is named after William Payne, a late 18th-century English painter, who created this color as a neutral tint. Originally it was made up of Prussian blue, yellow ochre, crimson lake (carmine).

Published by Marie Friddle

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