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[75] During the American Revolution, the leader of the Whig Party in England, Charles James Fox, wore a blue coat and buff waistcoat and breeches, the colours of the Whig Party and of the uniform of George Washington, whose principles he supported. Flags of the two colours are seen over a polling station in the series of prints by William Hogarth called Humours of an election, made in 1754-55. By the time of the American Revolution, The Tories were in power and blue and buff had become the colours of the opposition Whigs.

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The manufacture of this dye ended the trade in indigo from America and India that had begun in the 15th century. Impressionist painters The invention of new synthetic pigments in the 18th and 19th centuries considerably brightened and expanded the palette of painters. J.M.W. Turner experimented with the new cobalt blue, and of the twenty colours most used by the Impressionists, twelve were new and synthetic colours, including cobalt blue, ultramarine and cerulean blue.[75] During the American Revolution, the leader of the Whig Party in England, Charles James Fox, wore a blue coat and buff waistcoat and breeches, the colours of the Whig Party and of the uniform of George Washington, whose principles he supported. The men's suit followed the basic form of the military uniforms of the time, particularly the uniforms of the cavalry.[82] In the middle of the 18th century, blue was the colour of Tory party, then the opposition party in England, Scotland and Ireland, which supported the British monarch and power of the landed aristocracy, while the ruling Whigs had orange as their colour. Flags of the two colours are seen over a polling station in the series of prints by William Hogarth called Humours of an election, made in 1754-55. Blue remains the colour of the Conservative Party of the UK today. By the time of the American Revolution, The Tories were in power and blue and buff had become the colours of the opposition Whigs.

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