Do museum exhibitions inspire your home paint decisions? The Guggenheim Museum has created a home paint line with colors selected from past exhibitions and from paintings in its permanent collection. About 50 colors in the new paint collection are the special "Guggenheim Gallery Colors," which include the original museum colors chosen by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The paint collection has 200 colors that are intended to guide homeowners and interior designers in presenting art. Colors are drawn from paintings including Paul Gauguin's "In the Vanilla Grove, Man and Horse" (1891) and Amedeo Modigliani's "Nude" (1917). Shown on the first page is a detail from Franz Marc "Stables" (1913). What do you think of the new paint collection Guggenheim Color by Fine Paints of Europe
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Image: Guggenheim Color by Fine Paints of Europe