Majorelle Blue is a clear, intense, fresh blue.
In 1924 the French artist Jacques Majorelle constructed his largest art work, the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech, Morocco, and painted the garden walls, fountains, features and villa this very intense shade of blue, for which he trademarked the name Majorelle Blue. He had noticed the colour in Moroccan tiles, in Berber burnouses, and around the windows of buildings such as kasbahs and native adobe homes.
SUPPLIERS Bristol Paints, a company supplying the film and television industry, sell a paint which matches this colour closely.
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- "Jacques Majorelle". The Painter's Keys. November 18, 2003. Retrieved 2008-08-13.
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