We go to museums and, often, get to see some beautiful statues which have survived hundreds, sometimes thousands of years.
But very often, the statues we see aren’t presented the way they were originally presented in ancient times.
Sometimes its because the statues are broken here and there (the famous Venus De Milo, which I wrote about a while back concerning what she was doing with her lost arms, is a perfect example).
Other statutes were originally painted, often with very vibrant colors, and over time these colors have been lost or fallen off.
Over on CNN.com writer Jacopo Prisco offers a fascinating article concerning…
I won’t give much away here, but its a fascinating look at how some are trying to figure out how some statues were originally presented when they were first created, and offers some intriguing examples of the same.