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marmoreal

(less commonly), marmorean
of, relating to, or resembling marble
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Melissa Dabakis's A Sisterhood of Sculptors: American Artists in Nineteenth-Century Rome offers a fresh perspective on these women artists who have sometimes been branded the "white marmorean flock," a pejorative moniker coined by Henry James in 1903.
Professor Musacchio also used the Neatline plugin to build two map-and-timeline exhibits that display a richly annotated visualization of Whitney's travels through Europe in the 1860s and 1870s and serve as companion pieces to Musacchio's article "Mapping the 'White, Marmorean Flock': Anne Whitney Abroad, 1867-1868," which was published in October 2014 as part of the Mellon-grant-funded Digital Humanities and Art History initiative at the journal Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide.
In Rome, she became a tangential if often-mentioned member of a community of women-identified-women--whom Henry James disparagingly branded the "white marmorean [marble] flock.