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The artists' colourmen's story : a guide to the history of artists' colourmen of London as illustrated in the Artists' Colourmen's Room at the Winsor & Newton Colour Works at Wealdstone.

Wealdstone, Harrow, Middlesex : Reckitt & Colman Leisure Ltd., c1984.
Physical Description:
58 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 cm
Reference Library
HD9791 .A77 1984 (LC)
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Cover title.
"Authorship, design and research by Don Pavey in consultation with Peter Staples, technical director, Reckitt & Colman Leisure Limited"--P. [2] of cover.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 58).
Produced to reflect the contents of the Artists' Colourmen's Room, a permanent museum opened by Winsor & Newton on 14 June 1982 in celebration of its 150th anniversary, tracing family and business history and the development of color science, technology, and the marketing of pigments.
Subject Terms:
Artists' Colourmen's Room (Wealdstone, London, England)
Artists' materials -- England -- London -- History.
Artists' materials industry -- England -- London -- History.
Pigments -- England -- London -- History.
Pigments industry -- England -- London -- History.
Reeves and Sons -- History.
Winsor & Newton -- History.
Pavey, Don.
Staples, Peter J., writer of introduction.