Whistler Grey is a fabulously deep, steely, blue-toned carbon grey, named for the American artist James Abbot McNeil Whistler. Whistler's most iconic painting is "Arrangement in Grey and Black No. 1" (informally known as "Whistler's Mother"). This painting was a radical experiment in creating a beautiful piece of art using only black and grey tones. Painted in 1871, this deliberate playfulness with colour is something that continues to delight artists and designers today.
Use Whistler Grey as its namesake did and make it the backbone of a scheme in symphony with true black accents and softer, warm grey backdrops. It also complements lighter tones and pastels, sitting between Paris Grey and Graphite in tone
1 Litre is enough to cover approximately 140 square feet; the 120mL project pot will cover approximately 17 square feet.