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Alongside the stunning new By Terry collection for Fall 2014, Rose Infernale – see the new Baume De Rose Nutri-Couleur HERE – there’s is also one designed especially for the National Gallery. Here’s a look at the super colourful By Terry National Gallery Collection Ingu Palette.
When I met Terry de Gunzberg at the launch event last week, I was wearing a really bright Olivia Rubin top (info HERE). Terry came straight over and said that I matched the palette! At her request, I had my photo taken with it!
Although I look fairly embarrassed, I do think that Terry had a point. I was rather impressed with myself by accidentally dressing in full colour for an occasion at the National Gallery that was all about celebrating colour! I kind of wish I could say it was intentional but it was a complete fluke!
It is a stunning palette designed to accompany the National Gallery’s Making Colour Exhibition. The exhibition is the first of its kind in the UK. It offers opportunity to discover a whole host of different materials used to create colour in paintings and other works of art from the Middle Ages to the end of the 19th century. It is open to public from 18th June 2014 until 7th September 2014.
As Terry de Gunzburg is known for her creative work with colour, she was an obvious choice for the National Gallery to partner up with. It is a stunning palette with densely pigmented super-vibrant colours.
By Terry National Gallery Collection Ingu Palette swatches:
It is described as 7 psychedelic tints – “radical, to bring a touch of pop color to the face”. At £150 it definitely isn’t for everyone but collectors will be keen to know that it is seriously limited edition and only available for 2 weeks.
The By Terry National Gallery Collection Ingu Palette will go on sale 28th June (for just 2 weeks) and you can find it in-stores and online at www.nationalgallery.co.uk.
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