Throat of blue titmouse
|Stamina of single purple anemone||Blue Copper Ore|
Dark Tones Primer
Over two centuries since its publication in 1814, Werner's Nomenclature of Colours is still a treasured tool for scientists and artists alike. In a pre-photographic age, it gave the world an official classification of colour in nature, allowing intrepid explorers to fully describe the ever-expanding world around them. Among these was Charles Darwin, for whom the book proved indispensable on the 1831-36 voyage of HMS Beagle.
Today, these hues form the inspiration behind Farrow & Ball's palette with the Natural History Museum in London, England, a collection that allows you to bring the true colours of nature into your space.
A traditional ‘salon’ blue, this colour’s clean hue is reminiscent of the pigment cobalt, used...
Animal Vegetable Mineral Deep Parts of Flower of Saffron Crocus Fluor Spar Dark...
The white of old, pre-brightened, starched cotton. White & Light Tones undercoat.
Reminiscent of the extraordinary colour of the mud found at Stiffkey beach, Norfolk. A slightly...