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Title Tallis's History and Description of the Crystal Palace and the Exhibition of the World's Industry in 1851, Illustrated by Beautiful Steel Engravings - Volume 2
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1852
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference 7995.e.11
Region Europe
Names Queen Victoria, Prince Albert, Mr Paxton, Anne Boleyn (pp1, 4), M. Blanqui (pp14-20, 58-66), Mr Wornum (pp39-44), James Watt (pp179-183), Digby Wyatt (pp208-218)
Places England, City of London
Topics The Great Exhibition, Exhibition, art, sculpture, sciences, production, fine arts, machinery, agriculture, arts of all nations, papier mache (pp1-3), embossed leather (pp3-4), paper staining, paper hangings (pp4-6), enamelled slate (pp6-7), scagliola (pp7-8), toys (pp9-14), letters from M. Blanqui (pp14-20, 58-66), dress, clothing, attire, furs and feathers (pp20-32), sculpture (pp32-38), Mr Wornum's lecture (pp39-44), Voltaire in the Crystal Palace (pp44-52), portraits, modern portrait painting (pp52-58), European workmen (pp67-73), manufacturers from Caoutchouc (pp73-82), diet, food, produce, substances used as food (pp82-88), wool, worsted, alpaca, mohair manufacturers (pp88-93), incidental events, gleanings and reminiscences (pp94-100, 143-151), printing for the blind (pp100-109), Prince Albert's model houses (pp109-113), progress of art and science (pp113-119), the nautical department (pp119-127), Aboriginal states (pp128-136), models (pp136-143), artists implements, art materials (pp151-160), cutlery (pp160-166), hardware (pp167-174), soap (pp174-179), working men (pp179-186), taxidermy, ethnographical models (pp187-193), science and industry (pp194-200), school of industry (pp200-202), Decorative furniture and upholstery (pp202-208), Digby Wyatt, form in the decorative arts (pp208-218), colour in the decorative arts (pp219-226), printing (pp226-234), expositions, origin of expositions (pp235-242), telescopes, globes, maps, model mapping (pp243-248), pipes, amber manufactures (pp248-255), silks (pp255-262)