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Dutch Boy Paint

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Product type  Paint
Introduced  1907 (1907)
Country  U.S.
Markets  U.S.
Dutch Boy Paint
Owner  Sherwin-Williams (1980)
Previous owners  National Lead Company (1907-1980)

The Dutch Boy Group is a paint manufacturing company currently headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Founded in 1907 by the National Lead Company, the Dutch Boy Paints brand is currently a subsidiary of the Consumer Group division of the Sherwin-Williams Company, which acquired it in 1980, two years after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's directive banning the manufacturing of lead housepaint went into effect.

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Logo/Trademark

Dutch Boy uses a little Dutch Boy as its logo and trademark. The boy was painted by Lawrence Carmichael Earle and modeled after an Irish-American boy who lived near the artist.

Products

  • Ceiling paints
  • Exterior paints
  • Faux finishes
  • Interior paints
  • Paint samples
  • Primers
  • Porch and Floor
  • References

    Dutch Boy Paint Wikipedia


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