A Colour A Day: Week 39. 14th-20th December
Jo Volley writes…
‘I’m only happy when I’m trying to create something new’: words by Henry Levison inventor of Liquitex acrylics paint. Levison was a colour chemist who ran Permanent Pigments, Cincinnati, Ohio, which had been milling colours from 1933. Acrylics were first developed as a solvent-based artists’ colour in the early part of the C20 and by 1955 Levison had perfected a commercially viable water-based acrylic. The Permanent Pigments went on to be called Liquitex.
Henry Levison inventor of Liquitex.
Colours are from the Liquitex Soft Body Acrylic range on W&N watercolour paper and read from left to right:
Quinacridone Burnt Orange
Quinacridone Blue Violet