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1919 The Sheringham daylight reflector was exhibited at a meeting of the Illuminating Engineering Society; this used coloured reflector to correct the spectrum of the artificial source of light based on the invention of Mr. G. Sheringham, a well known artist, who used simple coloured reflectors or shades to improve the quality of light for painting.
1929 Advert in British Industries Fair Catalogue as an Optical, Scientific and Photographic Exhibit. Manufacturers of Accurate Artificial Daylight, converting the light from an ordinary electric lamp into North Sky-Daylight giving 24 Hours Daylight every day. (Scientific Section - Stand No. N.1)