Farrow & Ball paint colours are used around the world to adorn the walls of some of the most prestigious properties and art galleries. Visit them at:


Cartwright Hall Art Gallery

Bradford, UK

The David Hockney Gallery

Farrow & Ball colours Purbeck Stone, St Giles Blue, Nancy’s Blushes and Citron create a vibrant setting for the work of David Hockney in a permanent space dedicated to the Bradford-born artist at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery. The gallery, which opened in July 2017 to mark Hockney’s 80th birthday, celebrates the life and work of one of Britain’s most prominent artists.


Cartwright Hall

Lister Park



For more information, please visit the Cartwright Hall website


Musée Rodin

Paris, France

We are delighted to be supporting the renovation of the beautiful Hotel Biron building at the Musee Rodin. Farrow & Ball colours including Skylight, French Gray, Fox Red and bespoke colour Biron Gray have all been used as a striking backdrop to the gallery spaces.


Musée Rodin

79 rue de Varenne 

75007 Paris


For more information please visit the Musée Rodin website

Cité de la Céramique

Sèvres, France

Fauna & Flora, L'univers de Julien Colombier 
(16th February – 5th May 2018)

Le Musée de Sevres has used Farrow & Ball colours including Pitch Blue, Stiffkey Blue, Hague Blue and Vardo in its latest exhibition, ‘Fauna & Flora, L'univers de Julien Colombier’. The exhibition, which features hand painted porcelain pieces, runs until 5th May 2018.

2 Place de la Manufacture 
92310 Sèvres

For more information, please visit the Sèvres - Cité de la Céramique website

The Netherlands

Arita House Museum

Amsterdam, Netherlands

We are delighted to be supporting the stunning Arita Japanese Porcelain exhibition at Arita House in Amsterdam, a collection designed by Arita and designers Scholten & Baijing and inspired by Japanese craftsmanship and cultural heritage. 

Pavilion Gray, Blackened, Borrowed Light and Strong White have been used as a striking back drop to the exhibition.


Arita House 

Ruysdaelkade 2–4

1072 AG Amsterdam 


For more information please email or visit the Arita House Museum website.