Bronze Sculpture by Margot Hedeman. The crossing of Vällingby Time and Pajala Street, Vällingby Center, MARGOT HEDEMAN. Publicly placed sculptures 1953 Memorial Healthcare, Mosaic North Burial Ground, granite 1955 Falkirk, granite fountain 1959 Vantörs church, bronze 1966 Sjöängsskolans farm, bronze 1967 Norrköping, Riksbyggen, bronze 1968 Vällingby Center, Swedish housing, bronze 1970 composer Hilding Rosenberg, National Portrait Collections, Gripsholm, bronze 1970 Bookseller Gunnar Josephson, portraits, bronze in 1971 Edith, medal, silver, the Swedish Academy in 1973 Karlstad, university farm, the National Public Art, Bronze 1975 Norrmälarstrand, Stockholm, Park Preset No, bronze 1978 County Governor Per Nystrom, Agriculture School in Bohuslän, portraits, bronze 1979 Lund, "Solspegel", bronze 1990 Hässelby Slottspark, bronze 1990 Sunne, bronze Represented Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Gothenburg Museum of Art Museum of Norrköping Nyköping Museum Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen Subscription Museum, Lahore Bronze is several reddish copper alloys, in which copper is alloyed with mainly tin. Compared with brass (copper and zinc) are bronze harder to work, but has better strength and corrosion resistance. Tin Bronze can without much difficulty, soft solder, while it is very difficult to solder berylliumbrons. Bronze has historically been used for the casting of weapons and ornaments, and in the production of Swedish coins. The copper alloys, which gave its name to the Bronze Age were rarely bronze, but often alloys of copper with all sorts of other minerals, such as lead, arsenic and iron. [Citation needed] First, in Roman times began alloys of copper and tin become common. Copper is widely used in the manufacture of musical instruments such as cymbals and strings for stringed instruments. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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