Cerulean Blue, Cerulean Frost

Codes and Numbers

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The hexadecimal code that matches this color is 2A52BE


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This color was named for the pigment discovered in 1805 by Andreas Hopfner that has been used by artist because of how closely it matches the color of the sky and because of it's durability.
This color is a shade of Blue
The color Cerulean is named after a Paint Dye

Confirmation by Picture



Cerulean can also be 6D9BC3.

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