French Bistre 🎨 RGB Color Code: #856D4D
The hexadecimal RGB code of French Bistre color is #856D4D. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 85 red (133/256), a 6D green (109/256) and a 4D blue component (77/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(133,109,77). Closest WebSafe color: Copper rose (#996666)
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Masters used bistre as the ink for their wash paintings. Bistre's appearance is generally of a dark grayish brown, with a yellowish cast. Bistre has also
(web) French beige French bistre French blue French fuchsia French lilac French lime French mauve French pink French raspberry French rose French sky blue
X11/Web French beige #A67B5B 65% 48% 36% 26° 30% 50% 45% 65% ISCC-NBS French bistre #856D4D 52% 43% 30% 34° 27% 41% 42% 52% Pourpre.com French blue #0072BB
coordinates for mode beige are identical to the color names drab, sand dune, and bistre brown, which were first recorded as color names in English, respectively
are most commonly found in black, white, and sanguine tones, as well as bistre, shades of grey, and other colors. Colors sets are especially useful for
Bister may refer to: Bister, Switzerland, a village in the canton of Valais Bistre, a pigment and color Bicester, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom Bister, "abrupt"
from the Old French word drap, which meant cloth. The normalized color coordinates for drab are identical to sand dune, mode beige and bistre brown, which
original on 26 October 2023. Retrieved 3 November 2023. "Gippy Grewal's 'Manje Bistre 3' to release in 2024". The Times of India. 20 February 2023. Archived from
south. The walls were decorated with frescoes and a band of large red, bistre and black roses. A door at the north end of the hall opened into a well-lit
à la Mousse au Chocolat – dark chocolate filled with chocolate mousse (Bistre Wrapper) Williams Birne Trüffel – dark chocolate filled with Poire Williams
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