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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French Bistre on Wikipedia
This tone of bistre is the color of the ink that was used by the Old Masters for their drawings. At right is displayed the color French bistre, which is
(web) French beige French bistre French blue French fuchsia French lilac French lime French mauve French pink French raspberry French rose French sky blue
120° 61% 34% 76% 55% French beige #A67B5B 65% 48% 36% 26° 30% 50% 45% 65% French bistre #856D4D 52% 43% 30% 34° 27% 41% 42% 52% French blue #0072BB 0% 45%
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
Jasmine (19 July 2015). "The turbaned prince". Spectrum. The Tribune. "Manje Bistre worldwide box office collection: Gippy Grewal film emerges as biggest money
This list of French words of Germanic origin is a dictionary of standard modern French words and phrases deriving from any Germanic language of any period
Bistre Black Black bean Black olive Café noir Charcoal Dark purple Ebony Eerie black Jet Licorice Midnight blue Night Onyx Outer space
Bister may refer to: Bister, Switzerland, a village in the canton of Valais Bistre, a pigment and color Bicester, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom Bister, "abrupt"
"letter" (as in a letter of the alphabet) is буква (bukva). The pigment bistre was made from beech wood soot. Beech litter raking as a replacement for
(Verlag der Kunst, Dresden 1975) Le royaume millénaire de Jérôme Bosch (French transl. by Roger Lewinter, Paris 1993) Gibson, Walter. Hieronymus Bosch
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