Moore, Fressange and Moore
Other names: Moore and Fressange
Active: 1850 - 1851
Function: Bronze founder, bronze foundry
History or description: A firm of bronze casters who cast the reliefs by William Frederick Woodington and John Ternouth for Nelson's Monument. One of the partners was Pierre Antoine Fressange (born c.1817). It appears he and his partner were involved in litigation in 1853, possibly the partnership dissolved as a result of this. By about 1860 Fressange was working on his own as a gold and silver caster (see separate record).
* According to a letter from Henry Thomas De la Beche (1796-1855) in the archive of the National Museum of Wales. See 'The papers of H.T. De la Beche (1796-1855) in the National museum of Wales' edited by T. Sharpe and Paul J. McCartney, item 421, p. 40.
Institutional and Business Connections
Forerunner of Pierre A. Fressange
Fressange traded on his own by 1860 and possibly from 1853
The Morning Post
The Court returns to town on Wednesday, form Windsor Castle . The Morning Post (London, England), Monday, March 04, 1850; pg. 5; Issue 23785 (accessed 10 September 2010) The Morning Post (London, England), Saturday, November 16, 1850; pg. 5; Issue 24005. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.
Citing this record
'Moore, Fressange and Moore', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/organization.php?id=ann_1292111943, accessed 31 Jul 2016]