George Graham, clock and instrument maker, c 1740s.

Hudson, Thomas

 
George Graham, clock and instrument maker, c 1740s.
4 0 c m
 
33cm
actual image size: 25cm x 32cm

Description

Oil on canvas painting by Thomas Hudson (1701-1779), showing Graham (1673-1751) seated beside a mercury compensating pendulum in an open clock case, c 1710. Following his apprenticeship with London clockmaker Henry Askem, Graham, the inventor of the mercurial pendulum, was considered one of the greatest instrument makers of his day. He made various astronomical instruments, and contributed significantly to the advancement of precision timekeeping. Dimensions (unframed): 1200mm x 960mm.

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