This clean yellow was particularly popular in English 18th Century decoration inspired by hand painted Chinese wallpaper and the development of Chrome Yellow pigment. It was the first non earthy yellow and a first would be very expensive. In the 1950s this yellow became popular as a strong primrose. It can be mixed with Antibes Green to make lime green.
    *Please note this colour is currently on available in the UK and Europe. Coming soon in the USA and Canada.

This clean yellow was particularly popular in English 18th Century decoration inspired by hand painted Chinese wallpaper and the development of Chrome Yellow pigment. It was the first non earthy yellow and a first would be very expensive. In the 1950s this yellow became popular as a strong primrose. It can be mixed with Antibes Green to make lime green.
*Please note this colour is currently on available in the UK and Europe. Coming soon in the USA and Canada.

Chalk Paint™ English Yellow 21

Chalk Paint™ English Yellow 21
Chalk Paint™ English Yellow 21 €6,90
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    This clean yellow was particularly popular in English 18th Century decoration inspired by hand painted Chinese wallpaper and the development of Chrome Yellow pigment. It was the first non earthy yellow and a first would be very expensive. In the 1950s this yellow became popular as a strong primrose. It can be mixed with Antibes Green to make lime green.
    *Please note this colour is currently on available in the UK and Europe. Coming soon in the USA and Canada.

This clean yellow was particularly popular in English 18th Century decoration inspired by hand painted Chinese wallpaper and the development of Chrome Yellow pigment. It was the first non earthy yellow and a first would be very expensive. In the 1950s this yellow became popular as a strong primrose. It can be mixed with Antibes Green to make lime green.
*Please note this colour is currently on available in the UK and Europe. Coming soon in the USA and Canada.

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