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Connecticut furniture: seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
Written in English
|Contributions||Kirk, John T.|
|LC Classifications||NK2435.C8 W3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 156 p.|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||67029632|
New Hampshire History Network. Join or Renew Donate Now Explore Our Collections Contact Us Sign up for our ENewsletter Shop My Cart Image Requests (0). From Connecticut’s earliest agricultural commerce through the might of the industrial age to today’s leading companies, our state’s natural and human resources have shaped local and national history. In the 17th and 18th centuries, Connecticut brought diverse commodities, such as furs, produce, timber, and iron, to international markets.
The Decoration and Furniture of English Mansions During the Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries: Lenygon, Francis Henry: : BooksAuthor: Francis Henry Lenygon. American furniture of the early colonial period generally falls into two stylistic categories: the Seventeenth-Century style (–90) and the Early Baroque, or William and Mary, style (–). The Seventeenth-Century style reflects the transmission into the New World of late medieval and Renaissance traditions by immigrant craftsmen.
A study of walnut and mahogany furniture together with an account of Thomas Tompion and other famous clockmakers of the 17th and 18th centuries. B.T. Batsford, London, A History of English Clocks. Penguin Books, London, (King Penguin Books No. K28) Veneered walnut furniture – Alec Tiranti, A book of English. Buy 5+ books to earn 50 points Home > All Categories > The colonial furniture of New England: A study of the domestic furniture in use in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
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Connecticut furniture; seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. An exhibition organized by the Wadsworth Atheneum for its one hundred Author: Wadsworth Atheneaum. This page book remains the standard reference on early Connecticut furnitre. pieces are described and illustrated. organized by form.
Fine condition with minor soiling on the cover. Title: Connecticut Furniture Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.
The Nicholas Disbrowe inscription cited as seventeenth-century in early-twentieth-century publications is not authentic. See Penrose R. Hoopes, “Notes on Some Colonial Cabinetmakers of Hartford,” Antiq no. 5 (May ): ; Patricia E. Kane, “The Seventeenth-Century Furniture of the Connecticut Valley: The Hadley Chest Reappraised,” in Arts of the Anglo-American Community in.
A good starting point is Benno M. Forman, American Seating Furniture, – An Interpretive Catalogue (New York: W. Norton, ); for the eighteenth century, see Walter Muir Whitehill, Jonathan L. Fairbanks, and Brock Jobe, eds., Boston Furniture of the Eighteenth Century: A Conference Held by the Colonial Society of Massachusetts.
Furniture - Furniture - 18th century: the Neoclassical style: The Neoclassical style, sometimes called Louis Seize, or Louis XVI, began in the s. Tiring of the Rococo style, craftsmen of the 18th century turned for inspiration to Classical art.
The movement was stimulated by archaeological discoveries, by travel in Italy, Greece, and the Middle East, and by the publication all over Europe. Connecticut furniture: seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. -- Publication info: Hartford: [s.n.], Format: Book.
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When they are viewed from the perspective of rural material culture of the late seventeenth and even early eighteenth century, it is hard to regard mid- or even later-eighteenth-century desks, dressing tables, expensive cases of drawers, crooked-back chairs, and stands as traditional furniture.
The furnishings crafted in Connecticut during the 17th and 18th centuries reveal the training of the maker and the preferences of the user. As a result, furniture and other household goods are distinctive to the region, blending Dutch and English traditions with new fashions from New York or.
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Some of the most beautiful and refined furniture ever made, displaying the highest level of artistic and technical ability, was created in Paris during the eighteenth century. Much admired by an international clientele, it was used to furnish residences all over Europe. Americana 17th, 18th and Early 19th Century Furniture From Boston, Newport, Connecticut, New York, Philadelphia, Virginia and Other Cabinet Making Centers by Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 17th & 18th Century American Furniture & Architectural Replicas Having grown up in Connecticut the body of my work represents predominantly New England furniture and architectural design from to the Federal period.
This beautiful book is both a labor of love and an important scholarly achievement. In it, Thomas and Alice Kugelman, with Robert Lionetti, have established a framework for the study of furniture built in the Connecticut River valley, from Stonington north to Springfield and Northampton, Massachusetts, during the flourishing of design and craftsmanship in the second half of the eighteenth s: 5.
: The Colonial Furniture of New England: A Study of the Domestic Furniture in Use in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Thick, well-illustrated reference by a major 19th century Hartford, Connecticut collector and member of the Connecticut Historical Society.
His focus was on 17th and 18th century New England furniture. Here are our closest matches for The Decoration and Furniture of English Mansions During the Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries by Lenygon, Francis. Description: With circa illustrations, pages, General Index to the Text and Illustrations, List of Books on Furniture & Decoration Published in England previous to Price: £The popular styles underwent several changes during the eighteenth century.
From to the American furniture makers used chiefly a combination of William and Mary and Dutch styles. From to American-made furniture was chiefly along Dutch lines, with local adaptations and variations.American Furniture book.
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