Active: 1853 -
Function: Bronze works, church decorators
History or description: A bronze manufacturer 'of very high eminence'. The writer states that the French were large contributors of bronze to the Dublin exhibition in 1853 and 'it is in this branch of the Art they especially excel'. The writer continues to express how the company has enjoyed a monopoly in the production of such products, through the manufacturer and artist working together, and laments the lack of such collaboration in England in 1853.
Products & Services
Church Candlesticks, Reliquary, Chandelier
Dates are usually the year a work was exhibited so may differ from date of production.
New entries have been made each time a work was exhibited due to a lack of evidence about the state, medium or edition shown.
Manufactured Church Candlesticks, Reliquary, Chandelier
Exhibitions, Courses, Meetings and other Events
Exhibited at The Exhibition of Art-Industry in Dublin, 1853
pp. 38, 54
Illustrated Catalogue of the Exhibition of Art Industry in Dublin, 1853.
p. 38, p. 54.
Citing this record
'M. Villemsens', 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=msib3_1215005478, accessed 30 May 2016]