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English decoration and furniture of the later XVIIIth century, 1760-1820

M. Jourdain

English decoration and furniture of the later XVIIIth century, 1760-1820

an account of its development and Characteristic forms.

by M. Jourdain

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Published by Charles Scribner"s Sons, Batsford in New York, London .
Written in English


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SeriesThe library of decorative art -- 4
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Open LibraryOL13732613M

A two-volume, illustrated history of English furniture and carpentry from the 14th to the end of the 17th century. English decoration and furniture of the later XVIIIth century (): an account of its development and characteristic forms by M. Jourdain. English Decoration and Furniture; of the Later XVIIIth Century () An Account of its Development and Characteristic Forms. New York: Scribners, no date. Hard Cover. Folio. pp & index. Bound in burgandy cloth. Soiling to top of front cover and top of back cover. Stamp of previous owners name. Darkening to endpapers. A solid working copy.

Order book. Buy PDF Old English Walnut and Lacquer Furniture. Order book. English Decoration and Furniture of the Later Eighteenth Century () Order book. xiii, pp, 61 plates, 8 figures, frontis plate and plate of his signature. No date but c or Dark blue cloth with blind ruling, beautiful dark gilt title and period decoration on the front cover and the spine. Covers have some minor wear, minor rubbing at extremities, interior end papers a little browned, paper is heavy and thick, clean and nice, a beautiful book. Heavy for.

Their later work was rich in inlay of tulip-wood, satinwood, and ebony, and some of it was painted. The inlay was using classic details as well: the urn, the laurel wreath, the oval sunburst, the acanthus leaf, arabesques, ribbon-bands, festoons, and garlands. Furniture made from Adam designs is rare. This book sets out to correct received accounts of the emergence of art history as a masculine field. It investigates the importance of female writers from Anna Jameson, Elizabeth Eastlake and George Eliot to Alice Meynell, Vernon Lee and Michael Field in developing a discourse of art notable for its complexity and cultural power, its increasing professionalism and reach, and its integration.


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English decoration and furniture of the later XVIIIth century, 1760-1820 by M. Jourdain Download PDF EPUB FB2

Margaret Jourdain (15 August – 6 April ) was a prominent writer on English furniture and decoration. She began her career ghost-writing as Francis Lenygon for the firm of Lenygon & Morant, dealers in furnishings with a royal appointment, who were also the fabricators of carefully crafted reproductions, especially of Kentian furnishings, some of which have been displayed in public.

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She and her sister, Eleanor, were required to be independent and on their own early in life. Eleanor became principal of a girl's school and then St. Hugh's College, Oxford. Margaret supported herself throughout her life by.

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