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At major museums around the world, the color experts at Farrow & Ball train their discerning eye on the walls behind the artwork.
White walls may reign supreme at art galleries, but at major art museums, colored walls are standard practice. And while you might be hard-pressed to remember what color the walls were at the last museum you visited, that forgettable hue was the result of months of consultation, deliberation, color mixing, and testing.
Who chooses these carefully crafted colors? The task typically falls to the show's curator, who in turn consults with the expert colorists at a paint company to choose the perfect shade to serve as a backdrop to some of the most famous artworks of all time. Sometimes, they even create the color from scratch.
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