3 edition of The first exhibition of Coade"s artificial stone since 1799. found in the catalog.
The first exhibition of Coade"s artificial stone since 1799.
|Contributions||Coade (Eleanor and Co)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
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CHAPTER 15 COADE'S ARTIFICIAL STONE WORKS [See pla 38 and ] It is beyond the normal scope of this survey to give a detailed account of an industry which has long since ceased to function and whose buildings have disappeared, but Coade stone was so extensively used on buildings and for statuary during the 70 years that the factory flourished, in the immediate neighbourhood, in.
First marketed at the turn of the s, Coade stone was a remarkable new building material. Using a recipe which was not fully understood until the s, its makers claimed to have produced the first ever ‘artificial stone’.
Tough and hard-wearing, it offered new opportunities for fine-detailed decoration. Just as extraordinary as the stone was the person who sold it: Eleanor Coade.
After Bacon died in Eleanor chose a new business partner – her cousin John Sealy and the business was renamed Coade and Sealy. But was it to continue on an upward curve. At first it seemed so and Coade and Sealy went from strength to strength but by the business went bust. What went wrong.
The scagliola floor in the ante room which was designed by Adam and executed by Bartoli was thought to be the original but not too long ago it was found to have been replaced by William Croggon [(i.e. Coades)] in at a cost of £extracts from " Mrs Coade's Stone". By Alison Kelly.
Lithodipyra was first created around by Mrs Eleanor Coade who ran Coade's Artificial Stone Manufactory, Coade and Sealy, and Coade in Lambeth, London, from until her death in After which Lithodipyra continued to be manufactured by her last business partner William Croggon until Artificial stone or cast stone will be used for construction when cost effective and durable natural stone cannot be achieved.
What are the types of artificial stones. Different types of artificial stones along with their constituent materials and applications will be discussed briefly. While Eleanor Coade's factory was the The first exhibition of Coades artificial stone since 1799.
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The expense of artificial stone is a bar to its extensive use for ordinary blocks, but the facility with which it can be moulded to the most intricate forms makes it very economical when it is required to take the place of carvings or other enrichments in natural stone. A few of the best known artificial stones will now be described.
Some of. Bacon's design for Architecture or 'Architectura', together with another three personifying the Arts of Painting, Sculpture and Geometry, are illustrated in the book of Coade's etchings which correspond to those listed in the Descriptive Catalogue of Coade's Artificial Stone Manufactory, Section VIII Pannels and Tablets, p.9, No An.
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