10 – Emerald Green
The bright, alluring substance known as copper aceto-arsenite is a highly toxic powder that was once used to exterminate rats in Parisian sewers (hence its colloquial name, Paris green). As a pigment, it was prized by impressionist and post-impressionist painters, including van Gogh. His 1888 self-portrait dedicated to Paul Gauguin – another emerald green enthusiast – made ample use of the color, and is part of the Fogg Museum's collection.
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