The first newspaper was published in four pages on Sunday, November 19, 1893, along with the New York World newspaper. There were two line-paintings, printed in half-page, in five colors. One of them carried the title of “a Saturday night in the Atlantic gardens” and the other “cathedral in the 11th month.”
Nowadays, On March 29, 1914, seven such newspapers began to receive such appliances. Among these were the New York Times and the Philadelphia Public Ledger. Reproductions of some famous paintings were also published in colored inserts.
The first addition to the UK is the Sunday Times Color Attaché (later Sunday Times Magazine), which is part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Published in 1962. Shared Information Multiple