An incredible number of pink shades exists! And what interesting names are given to different shades of that color! Here, for example:
It is pink that is a truly considered as the feminine color. Starting with delicate pale pink flowers that are associated with innocence, purity, romance, kindness and naivety, and ending with bright Fuschia of peony and cyclamen.
It seems that its popularity has become a manifest in recent years. Multiple use in clothing and accessories, interiors and cosmetics. For several years, it's always on catwalks and the pages of magazines. In all ages, ladies used the Dusty rose colour in their outfits.
Here's a small collection of paintings by artists of different times I selected in the Net. I hope you'll enjoy the air of romanticism here ;)
James Dzhebusa Shannon. Portrait of a Lady
William Merritt Chase. Mona, daughter of Mrs. R.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Dance in Bougival
Walter Ernest Webster. The Balley Dancer
Lovis Corinth. The Lady in the Pink Hat
Jean Baptiste Armand Gullermo. Madame Guillermo Reads in the Garden
Joseph Rippl-Ronai. The Woman with the Rose
Mary Stevenson, Cassatt. The Woman in a Black Hat and a Raspberry Pink Costume
Vittorio Reggiannini. The Young Beauty
John Michael Wright. Catherine Dormer, Daughter of Montagu Bertie
Philip Alexis De Laszlo. Margaret Leicester Warren
Diego Velasco. Portrait of Queen Marianna of the Austrian
Henri de Toulouse Lautrec. The Seated Dancer in Pink Tights
Sokolov Mikhail Ksenofontovich. The Portrait of an Unknown
Medvedeva Ekaterina Ivanovna. The Bride
Arkhipov Abram Yefimovich. The Woman in Pink
Larionov Mikhail Fedorovich. Three Women
Larionov. The Champagne and Roses