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Places To Be – Antony Gormley

‘Places To Be” is an Antony Gormley piece consisting of three standing male figures. The piece was the artist’s first public commission. The figures’ fiberglass moulds were taken directly from the artist’s own body with a skin of lead being fashioned over the top.   The lead sur
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Robert Gascoyne Sculpture, Hatfield House

This cast bronze sculpture at Hatfield House shows Robert Gascoyne-Cecil wearing his full regalia, sitting at his office chair. The sculpture rests on a plinth of  carved stone.  Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury was a British Conservative statement who was Prime Minist
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Waterfall Fountain, Tower Bridge Piazza

‘Waterfall‘ is a sculptural fountain created in 1991 by Antony Donaldson and is located at Tower Bridge Piazza in London. It is made from cast and fabricated hollow bronze in the form of six nude female figures posed around a central barrel which overflows with water.  The
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EVENT – Sea Music Opening, Poole – 13th May 2017

Following two months of restoration work by Hall Conservation, Poole Harbour’s famous sculpture Sea Music was reopened to the public on Saturday 13th May 2017. Sea Music was created by Sir Anthony Caro, one of Britain’s greatest sculptors, and was first opened to the publi
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Helios – BBC Television Centre, White City

Here is the golden figure of Helios just after he arrived in the Hall Conservation workshop. Helios is a piece of broadcasting history and for decades has stood watch over the round courtyard at BBC Television Centre in White City, London. He was designed by T.B. Huxley-Jones. Helios,
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Work in Progress – Sea Music Sculpture, Poole

Hall Conservation are delighted to be restoring Sea Music, a site-specific sculpture by Sir Anthony Caro situated on Poole Quay in Dorset. Sea Music was installed in 1991 as one of the first publicly accessible large scale sculptures in the UK.  Its multiple interlocking rings and cur
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Queen Victoria, Newcastle Under Lyme

This fine sculpture of Queen Victoria is located in the Queen’s Garden, Newcastle under Lyme. The figure had been aggressively cleaned in the past with evidence that sand blasting had been used. The sand blasting had revealed casting porosity, pores that would collect dirt and contami
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Rise, Antony Gormley

This sculpture is comprised of a fibreglass core with a lead sheet coating and dates to 1983-1984. Upon arrival in our studio the lead skin of the figure had multiple holes filled with white corrosion products. After discussing the various treatment options with the artist the initial
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Duff House Sculptures, Historic Scotland

The collection comprises of six lead figures, depicting Mars, Minerva, Mercury, Apollo, Bacchus and Diana. Mars and Minerva had been previously conserved by Andrew and Janet Naylor and currently stand within Duff House. Of the other four, Mercury and Apollo had been subjected to previ
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Bus Shelter, Phillip King, Museum of Steel Sculpture

Bus Shelter is one of Phillip King’s last exclusively steel sculptures and was fabricated for him by Andrew Naylor for the Museum of Steel Sculpture, Coalbrookdale.  In addition to being qualified conservators, artists, and designers, the conservators of Hall Conservation Ltd ar
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