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Prussian Blue solid color (#2f3a7f) by Su_G fabric by su_g on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by su_g

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By Su Schaefer

Showing 'Scandi Sun with Birds': Scandinavian Art Challenge entry. Still not excited by things that don't work- but thx as always for the faves, comments, buys & sharing of project pics using my designs! :-) All designs©Su Schaefer All Rights Reserved

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'Prussian Blue solid color (#2f3a7f) by Su_G'.
© Su Schaefer 2017

'Prussian blue,' discovered around 1706 by Diesbach & Dippel in Berlin, was called the first of the 'modern' pigments. Composed of complex iron cyanides (hence also called 'iron blues') it was used as an antidote to certain heavy metal poisonings (e.g., by thallium). Prussian blue: From the Great Wave to Starry Night, how a pigment changed the world by Hugh Davies (senior lecturer in media at La Trobe University, published by Australia's national broadcaster) is a fascinating article on its influence and use in artworks as diverse & separated in time and culture as Hokusai's 'Great Wave off Kanagawa' and Vincent van Gogh's 'The Starry Night'.

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Solid color block (hex code #2f3a7f), basic repeat.
[All substrates: 200 ppi]

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