The Guggenheim Museum has launched two collections of inside paint colours. It’s a genius concept for a museum, a pure extension of its model, utilitarian, but completely artwork-oriented.
50 Gallery Colours is a set of impartial hues that the museum has used through the years as backdrops for its paintings and pictures. It even consists of the archival shades that the architect Frank Lloyd Wright chosen when he designed the constructing. The opposite set, referred to as Classical Colours, consists of one hundred fifty shades pulled from work within the museum’s everlasting collections, together with works by Paul Cézanne, Vasily Kandinsky, and Vincent van Gogh.
The colours have been developed with Nice Paints of Europe out of Woodstock, Vermont, which imports and distributes paints from its manufacturing companion Wijzonol Paint Works in The Netherlands.