Mon 4 February 2008, The Times

Antiquity had more than a monochrome palette

By Norman Hammond
We are so used to the white purity of ancient marble sculptures that we imagine the Greeks and Romans felt the same: certainly the artists and patrons of the Renaissance and later centuries believed that white was right.
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