2 edition of Furniture in England from 1660 to 1760 found in the catalog.
Furniture in England from 1660 to 1760
Francis Henry Lenygon
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Veneered walnut furniture, . Incumbents. Monarch – Charles II (starting 29 May); Parliament – Second Commonwealth Rump (until 20 February), Commonwealth Long (starting 21 February, until 16 March), Convention of (starting 25 April, until 29 December); Events. 1 January Colonel George Monck with his regiment crosses from Scotland to England at the village of Coldstream and advances towards London in support of Centuries: 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th.
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Georgian furniture dates from to in the Early Georgian period during King George 1st reign, to during King George 2nd period and to in George 3rd period also known as Late Georgian. With the rise in wealth in Britain, furniture manufacture became more widely built and some of the best designers and cabinet makers. However, another dynastic date, , stands out as perhaps second only to in its impact on the people of England. The year of Charles II’s restoration saw sudden, profound and permanent changes at every level of society, from the ruling classes down to .
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Furniture in England from to [Lenygon, Francis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Furniture in England from to Author: Francis Lenygon. Furniture In England From to by Francis Lenygon. Charles Scribner's Sons, Hardcover. Fair. Fair. Red boards, approx.
11'' x '', pp., bumps/fraying to spine edges and corners, spine lean/roll, significant rub-wear/chipping to front cover, small brown stains to front cover, pencil markings to upper inside front cover, personal library tag to fly page, several inner. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lenygon, Francis, Furniture in England from to London: Batsford, .
Get this from a library. Furniture in England from to. [Francis Lenygon]. 1) Francis Lenygon: Furniture in England from Batsford, (2nd impression). pp, frontis & plates. Size: 36 X 27 cm. Some rubbing on the binding. 2) Francis Lenygon: Decoration in England from London: Batsford, Second Impression.
Size: 36 X 27 cm. pages. Profusely illustrated. with frontispiece, numerous monochrome photographs and measured. Lenygon (Francis). Decoration in England toFurniture in England toIn Printed Books, Maps & Prints.
The restoration of Charles II, who had been in exile in France, brought to England a new design sensibility based on the court fashions of Louis XIV. Known as the early Baroque, this style combined Continental and Asian influences in furniture forms that were at once richer and more curvilinear, with more vertical proportions.
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Charles II James II WILLIAM AND MARY ( - ) This period sees a more elaborate style of English antique furniture. The cabinet-makers that came to England with the royal court introduced an increased use of inlays and the display of the wood’s graining to flamboyant effect.
The Charles II/Carolean/Stuart () furniture style had rectilinear forms, S and C curves, scrolls, and turning. The use of veneers increased at this time. Charles II furniture was characterized by caning, carving, scrolls, and ball and bun feet.
William and Mary () was a more conservative furniture style. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lenygon, Francis, Furniture in England from to London, B.T. Batsford . Decoration in England from Hardcover – January 1, by Francis Lenygon (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Francis Lenygon. Italian features came to England at second hand, however, through objects, books, and artists from the Netherlands.
Fine examples of English design in this period are the furnishings from the house of William Crowe (), who, as a member of the Company of Spanish Merchants, grew rich through trade with the Low Countries.
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The Klencke Atlas is commissioned by Dutch merchants as a gift to King Charles II of England; at m (5 ft 9in) tall it is one of the world's largest books. Danish writer Birgitte Thott is given permission by King Frederick III of Denmark to receive an annual grant from the Soro Academy to pursue her studies, expand her library, and research.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Author: R. Symonds. Palladianism ( - ) & Georgian Era ( - ): A reaction against the extravagance of the Baroque style, and a desire to return to the basic principles of classicism, led to this uniquely British style based on the forms and ornaments of ancient Roman buildings, transmitted through the work of the Italian Renaissance architect Andrea.
Decoration in England from to. [Francis Lenygon] English decoration & furniture of the XVIth-XIXth centuries. First edition has title: Decoration in England from to London, "First edition, ; impression corrected, ; second edition, ".The Period Of The Cabinet-Makers, Part 6 Just as, a half-century before, the Dutch, then the controllers of the Eastern trade, had borrowed the ball and claw foot from the Chinese, so now Chippendale borrowed extensively from other Chinese designs for English use.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Furniture in England from an account of its development and design / Francis Lenygon.
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