Gauguin, Guggenheim, paint

I meant to post this earlier this month: the new range of Guggenheim house paint colours. Yes. The first ranges are inspired by Paul Gauguin’s Haere Mai (1891), Franz Marc’s Stables (1913) and Van Gogh’s Mountains at Saint-Rémy (1889). It’s a nice project, as paint colour and museums have a long, dedicated shared history (the thought that goes into the colour of a  gallery wall is intense). I hope they do more, and use a de Chirico next. In fact, a range just based on Peggy Guggenheim would be pretty great too. HF.

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