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pinks

It wasn't until the Renaissance that artists began to consider the color pink in their palettes. By the 18th Century, the color was popularized by the interior design and fashion industries. In the late 19th century, Impressionist painters sometimes worked with pastel color palettes depicting women wearing the color pink as in Edgar Degas' image of ballet dancers or Maty Cassat's images of women and children. Erin Hanson employs the color pink where it occurs naturally, such as in evening skies, or at the edge of imagination in surreal landscapes.

pinks

It wasn't until the Renaissance that artists began to consider the color pink in their palettes. By the 18th Century, the color was popularized by the interior design and fashion industries. In the late 19th century, Impressionist painters sometimes worked with pastel color palettes depicting women wearing the color pink as in Edgar Degas' image of ballet dancers or Maty Cassat's images of women and children. Erin Hanson employs the color pink where it occurs naturally, such as in evening skies, or at the edge of imagination in surreal landscapes.

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