'Durability resembling Jasper or Porphyry’: Mrs Eleanor Coade & her Artificial Stone Manufactory in Lambeth.'
An online talk for the Public Statues & Sculpture Association, part of their Discovering Women Sculptors series
Eleanor Coade was arguably the most effective female entrepreneur of the 18th century and the owner of Landmark’s Belmont House for more than 50 years. This is a great chance to hear more about Mrs Coade’s life and about the particular aspect of public sculpture in her contribution to the 18th century.
When: Wednesday 24 February | 5.30 pm UK time.
Find tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/discovering-women-sculptors-tickets-135926498817