"Classic Art, New Perspectives: Paint by Numbers Like Never Before!"
Category: Classic Paint by Numbers
The concept of “Paint by Numbers” began in the 1950s when an American company named Palmer Paint introduced kits under the “Craft Master” brand. These kits provided individuals with pre-outlined canvases and corresponding paints, allowing even those without artistic training to produce paintings. The idea was popularized by Max S. Klein, the owner of Palmer Paint, and artist Dan Robbins, who is credited with creating the first painting by numbers kit. The trend quickly took off and became a popular pastime in the mid-20th century.
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