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The Secrets Of Bronze Casting

Author : Sarah Craske
ISBN : 1847974139
Genre : Art
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Insight into the history of bronze casting.Detailed instructions to the full casting process.Advice on installing a foundry in your own studio.Guidance on working with foundries.
Category: Art

Bronze Sculpture Casting Patination

Author : Steve Hurst
ISBN : 0764321641
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 72.13 MB
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This magnificent work is a summary of 35 years experience as a sculpture caster. An illuminating text combines with 646 color photographs and 78 line drawings of the lost wax (cire perdu) and modern variant of sand casting processes involved in forming metal sculpture, as well as contemporary and historic examples.Metal finishing processes are explored in detail, including an unprecedented 177 patination recipes and working practices. An important addition to libraries of art schools and universities as well as professional and amateur sculptors.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Living Materials

Author : Oliver Andrews
ISBN : 0520064526
Genre : Art
File Size : 56.15 MB
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Covers clay, plaster building, mold-making, cement, stone carving, wood, plastic, metals, welding, bronze casting, and sand casting
Category: Art

Vietnam Economic News

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ISBN : NYPL:33433089192243
Genre : Business enterprises
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Category: Business enterprises

Ancient Weapons In Britain

Author : Logan Thompson
ISBN : 9781473811867
Genre : History
File Size : 78.77 MB
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A groundbreaking study of the weaponry used in combat thousands of years ago. Few accounts of ancient warfare have looked at how the weapons were made and how they were actually used in combat. Logan Thompson's pioneering survey traces the evolution of weapons in Britain across three thousand years, from the Bronze Age to the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Insights gained from painstaking practical research and technical analysis shed new light on the materials used, the processes of manufacture, the development of the weapons, and their effectiveness. His account features new information about the weapons themselves and their origin and design—as well as a fascinating new perspective on the practice of early warfare.
Category: History

Fine Art Metal Casting

Author : Richard Rome
ISBN : PSU:000062500319
Genre : Art
File Size : 56.29 MB
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Mould making and the lost wax casting of metals for fine art are long-established techniques, which involve both artistic and material science considerations. The methods described in Fine Art Metal Casting cross a broad range of disciplines, from ceramics and glass through to jewellery and areas of conservation, archaeology, and palaeontology, where replicas must be made. This book provides a unique, all-encompassing, visually-based demonstrative source which will prove invaluable for art-, craft-, and design-based practitioners, art historians and curators, scientists and conservators, and researchers and students.
Category: Art


Author : Martina Droth
ISBN : UOM:39015062523652
Genre : Art
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Category: Art