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Knightley was sometimes considered eccentric, as, for example, he used the bodies of dead mice to act as a guide for the painters on the Queen's Hall, his preferred colour matching the shade of grey found on the mice's bellies.
- Rennison, Nick (2015). The London Blue Plaque Guide (4th ed.). London: The History Press.