LASKO CERAMIC HEATER REVIEW : USED SPA HEATERS : HOT WATER HEATER LEAKING FROM TOP.
Before the Audience, New York, NY
An oil on canvas painting from 1881 by the French artist Jean-Leon Gerome (1824-1904) on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through the Najd Collection of Switzerland. Jean-Leon Gerome was a painter that rejected the tradition of academic history painting, but exceled with a new art form: scenes of everyday life from the distant past. This painting was created during an era with a great appetite for Orientalism, a term that covered any culture east of Europe -- in this case somewhere from Central Asia with an Islamic influence. Gerome, who was known for his historical accuracy, shows two people standing in an exotic tiled room next to a great ceramic heater. While these elements and the clothing, may be accurate, Orientalism was fueled in part by the idea of European superiority and the need for Europeans to colonize and "civilize" the "barbarians" that existed outside of European borders. This kind of art reinforced the idea that it was a charitable thing to bring a European lifestyle places like this through colonization. That all being said, I still think this is a wonderful canvas. Processed in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Contact me for high resolution versions for nonpersonal use. IMG_8896 mclrCeramic Rod Heater #6
Removed the core from a 3/4" piece of braided silica rope (from McMaster-Carr), leaving a hole inside the rope, essentially forming a sleeve. Placed the braid into the inside atomizer sleeve, and inserted the ceramic heater into the hole in the silica braid/sleeve, twisting it to keep the silica strand from the previous step wrapped tightly around the heater. Pull a couple of strands from the end of the braid to go over the outside stainless mesh (shown in the photo).
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