Over the more than 2,000 years since these figurines were made, many of these colours have faded or peeled away but their flowery coloured garments have hidden properties – under certain lighting conditions they ‘glow.’
This ancient Greek statue was once brightly coloured – new imaging techniques are allowing scientists to learn more about how it was painted, and what pigments were used.
For more insights into ancient Greek sculpture, join our curator-led Facebook Live broadcast tomorrow at 18.00 BST.
The Dayton Daily News offers a glimpse into the life & work of this amazing photographer. Two of Reece's photos are currently on view in The Lange Family Experiencenter exhibition Performing Art.
Portraits and propaganda of Queen Elizabeth I of England | Cur...: Queen Elizabeth I of England encouraged her portrait to be shown off as a luxury fashion accessory. This video looks at some striking..
Happy Labor Day! Fall festival season is here, and Dayton.com has the delicious details (including our personal favorite - Oktoberfest!).