- Rubber, also called India
rubber, latex, Amazonian
rubber, caucho, or caoutchouc
, as initially
of the organic compound
(English: Rubber) is a painting created circa
1909 by the French artist Francis
Picabia. At the crossroads
and Fauvism, Caoutchouc...
- The Man with the Rubber
Head (French: L'Homme à la tête en caoutchouc
), also known
as A Swelled
Head, is a 1901 French short silent
film by Georges
- art' had been created
by a number
of artists: Francis Picabia painted Caoutchouc
, c. 1909, The Spring, 1912, Dances
at the Spring
and The Procession, Seville...
(1857). Personal Narrative
of the Origin
of the Caoutchouc
or India-Rubber Manufacture
in England. London: Longman, Brown, Green...
- Indian Forest
Act, 1927. Its legal definition includes
timber, charcoal, caoutchouc
, catechu, wood-oil, resin, natural
varnish, bark, lac, myrobalans, mahua...
- French footwear
and textile company founded
in 1853 as the Compagnie
du Caoutchouc Souple
Company) in Montargis
(France) by the American...
- Road" 1:07 8. "No Reason" 2:10 9. "Sheila" 3:27 10. "Racket" 1:34 11. "Le Caoutchouc
" 1:45 12. "Polocaust" 1:20 13. "Dump" 1:13 14. "Sunsetire" 1:30 15. "Tv...
- polymer-containing raw materials
artefacts. The latex
sap of “caoutchouc
(natural rubber) reached Europe
in the 16th century
as Aeonite, 'elastic bitumen' , 'mineral caoutchouc
' or Wurtzilite) is a brown hydrocarbon varying somewhat
in consistency, being...