Just like France is known for its wine and Switzerland is known for its chocolate, the Netherlands is known for its paint. They only use the finest blend of resin, additives, solvent, and pigments available. That’s really the only way to achieve luxurious, lasting color.
In 1987, John Lahey II realized the gap between our domestic paint and paint from Holland. He figured the only way to get this type of quality paint in the states was to import it. So he teamed up with Dutch paint manufacturer Ralston and created the company Fine Paints of Europe headquartered in Woodstock, VT.