blue paper
General term for a popular type of paper that is blue in color and historically was used primarily as artists' drawing paper and for some other uses; first documented in 1389 in Europe. The dyes used to create the blue or purplish color vary by place of manufacture. The term is often reserved for Western drawing papers produced prior to the introduction of aniline dyes in the late 19th century.
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