Becoming Blue

Jørgen Wadum, Angela Jager, Camilla Perondi

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The many different blue pigments that painters have used throughout history have varied over time and in order to determine the time period of a painting they are essential to uncover. Prussian blue, for example, is a marker for paintings produced after 1706, when it was first produced in Berlin and immediately became hugely popular as it was cheap and had an excellent hiding power.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date8 Feb 2024
Place of PublicationNivå
PublisherNivaagaards Malerisamling
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 8 Feb 2024

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