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Wedgwood teapot with silver overlay, 1840 Which makes me wonder about using wire wrap jewelry techniques on a tea pot!
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Wedgwood teapot with silver overlay, 1840. Can't live without this Georgeous Tea Pot!
1840 Wedgwood teapot with sterling silver overlay.
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Thomas Wedgwood (14 May 1771 – 10 July 1805), He is the first person known to have thought of creating permanent pictures by capturing camera images on material coated with a light-sensitive chemical.
Tomas Wedgewood (1771 - 1805) - Possibly first person to try and make a photograph, but wasn't able to fix the photo. The word Photography wasn't used in his time and he called his experiments 'Copying Paintings upon Glass'
Thomas Wedgwood Wedgwood should be seen as the inventor of the technology of photography. In 1802 he devised a method to burn the silhouette of an object in paper chemically by coating the paper with silver nitrate and then exposed to natural light, set this and protect the then in a dark room for further through exposure, making this black would eventually be.
Thomas Wedgwood 1771 - 1805. Born in Etruria, Staffs son of Josiah Wedgwood. He is the first person reliably documented to have used light-sensitive chemicals to capture silhouette images on durable media such as paper, and the first known to have attempted to photograph the image formed in a camera obscura.
Thomas Wedgwood Wedgwood moet worden gezien als de uitvinder van de technologie van de fotografie. In 1802 bedacht hij een methode om op chemische wijze het silhouet van een object in papier te branden door het papier te coaten met zilvernitraat en dit daarna aan natuurlijk licht bloot te stellen en het vervolgens in een donkere kamer te behoeden voor verdere doorbelichting, waardoor dit uiteindelijk zwart zou worden.
Thomas Wedgwood (14 May 1771 – 10 July 1805) is most widely known as an early experimenter in the field of photography. He is the first person known to have thought of creating permanent pictures by capturing camera images on material coated with a light-sensitive chemical. His practical experiments yielded only shadow image photograms that were not light-fast, but his conceptual breakthrough and partial success have led some historians to call him "the first photographer".
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Born on this day in 1730: potter Josiah Wedgwood. He presented this vase to the British Museum in 1786
Aileen Dawson, curator, British Museum News about the Art Fund's successful public appeal to save the collections of the Wedgwood Museum is very welcome here at the British Museum. The extensive an...
The figures in the main scene are based on an engraving of a Greek vase of the fourth century BC, while the Medusa heads at the base of the handles are taken from an engraving of an antique sandal. The vase is a masterpiece of the potter’s art and Wedgwood proudly presented it to the British Museum in 1786.
The Pegasus Vase. Pale blue jasper ware with applied white reliefs (1786,0527.1 ). British Museum
The Pegasus Vase. Etruria factory, Staffordshire, England, 1786. The body of the vase is made of pale blue jasper, and the relief decoration, handles and Pegasus are of white jasper. Jasper is a type of unglazed stoneware that can be stained with colour before firing. Josiah Wedgwood (1730-1795) perfected the technique by 1775 after a number of experiments to produce a new clay body for the making of gems. Wedgwood made a number of examples of the Pegasus Vase in jasper ware and in black basalt
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Wedgwood Jasperware urn. 1820 Wedgwood used Jasperware to replicate pottery using elements of Romanesque and Greek influences.
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John Flaxman; Made by Josiah Wedgewood and Sons: Vase (09.194.7) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Vase - John Flaxman (English, 1755–1826); Made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England Jasperware. Photo citation: The Metropolitan Museum of Art
John Flaxman (English, 1755–1826); Made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England Jasperware
Vase, late 18th century John Flaxman (English, 1755–1826); Made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England Jasperware http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/09.194.7
Vase, late 18th century John Flaxman (English, 1755–1826); Made by Josiah Wedgwood In 1775, Josiah Wedgwood perfected Jasperware, a kind of hard, fine-grained, slightly translucent stoneware that could be decorated by applying another color, customarily white, to the ground. The ground was often stained the well-known shade of "Wedgwood blue," but it could also be lavender, pale green, mustard yellow, cobalt, or other colors.
Vase, late 18th century John Flaxman (English, 1755–1826); Made by Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Etruria/Staffordshire, England Jasperware; cm) In 1775, Josiah Wedgwood perfected Jasperware, a kind of hard, fine-grained, slightly translucent stoneware that could be decorated by applying another color, customarily white, to the ground. The ground was often stained the well-known shade of "Wedgwood blue," Wedgwood's name became synonymous with Jasperware,
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