Andromeda

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Andromeda

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This stunning life-size nude female was designed by acclaimed artist John Bell (1811-1895) and was made by the Coalbrookdale Company. It was exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851 and depicts the Greek Legend. She was the daughter of the King and Queen of the Aethopians, and to appease the wrath of Neptune, Andromeda was chained to the rocks and exposed to the sea monster. Perseus, upon his return from killing the Gorgon, slew the monster and set Andromeda free. Queen Victorian and Prince Albert are said to have thought highly of Coalbrookdale products and had an Andromeda statue installed at Osborne in the early 1850s.


What you receive
- Certificate of adoption with a picture of your object
- A sheet of information about your object
- A text credit on the website plus an opportunity to say why you have adopted the object and what it means to you.
- An invitation for you and a guest to visit the Museums
- Credit line on the object (where possible)
- Invitation to a behind the scenes tour with a curator

£1,000.00
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This stunning life-size nude female was designed by acclaimed artist John Bell (1811-1895) and was made by the Coalbrookdale Company. It was exhibited at the Great Exhibition of 1851 and depicts the Greek Legend. She was the daughter of the King and Queen of the Aethopians, and to appease the wrath of Neptune, Andromeda was chained to the rocks and exposed to the sea monster. Perseus, upon his return from killing the Gorgon, slew the monster and set Andromeda free. Queen Victorian and Prince Albert are said to have thought highly of Coalbrookdale products and had an Andromeda statue installed at Osborne in the early 1850s.

What you receive
- Certificate of adoption with a picture of your object
- A sheet of information about your object
- A text credit on the website plus an opportunity to say why you have adopted the object and what it means to you.
- An invitation for you and a guest to visit the Museums
- Credit line on the object (where possible)
- Invitation to a behind the scenes tour with a curator

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