ABCs of Art: “G” is for “Gray,” or is it “Grey?”

by Matthew Innis |

For many of us, the difference between “gray” and “grey” is roughly 4,250 miles – or the distance between the United States, where “gray” is the preferred spelling, and the United Kingdom, where “grey” predominates.  It is not a matter of semantics, but is an example of the idiosyncrasies that exist between American and British english which have given…

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