Little's Landmark

Little's Landmark

1920-1940
Art Deco/Art Moderne

This mid-toned, seal gray, based on a simple carbon black pigment, was used in the late 1930s in one of the bedrooms at Cogswell's Grant. When the rooms at Cogswell's Grant were being decorated by noted folk art collectors Bertram and Nina Fletcher Little, the landmark restoration of Colonial Williamsburg had just begun. Interest in historic 18th-century paint colors was strong, and knowledgeable experts like the Littles were determined to restore their 1728 house with colors appropriate to its age.

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Color Schemes with Little's Landmark:


Neutral Era
Little's Landmark
North Gallery
York Bisque
Little's Landmark
Tudor Ice
Sharkskin
Little's Landmark
Suntan

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