1 edition of Some Dutch cabinet pictures of the 17th century. found in the catalog.
Some Dutch cabinet pictures of the 17th century.
|Contributions||Woodall, Mary., Birmingham City Museum and Art Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Mesopotamia originated three features that were to persist in Classical furniture in Greece and Italy and thus were transmitted to other Western civilizations. Alternatively it took the form of two bergeres at either end with an intervening leg-rest. The lower part was usually given double doors enclosing shelves on one of which was placed a strong-box instead of drawers in the English manner. The chaise a bras had always been a prerogative of the most powerful and influential personages in any assembly, and at Versailles it was reserved for the King and his immediate family.
From extant examples, the depiction of furniture on vases and in relief carvings, and literary descriptions, much more is known about Greek furniture than about Egyptian. It was made far more often by the menuisier than most case-furniture, and the plainer armoires of the reign of Louis Quinze often echo the style of his predecessor on the throne, even when made in Paris, while the mid-century style still survived sixty years later. These immovables have usually been taken to be the boiseries, the door-cases and chimney-pieces, and similar kinds of architectural woodwork. During the reign of Louis Seize console tables were rarely attached to the wall, being placed instead on four or more legs, when, strictly, they become side-tables. The world of top shell collectors is relatively small, and an investigation soon suggested that, for Martin Gill, the temptation to pocket such a jewel-like prize had simply been too great. Wooden Ware
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Middle glass girls might be taught by their mothers. Provided Some Dutch cabinet pictures of the 17th century. book shelves for the storage of books, the armoire became a bookcase armoire-bibliotheque.
False stamps are sometimes added, and these cannot be accepted as proof of genuineness except in conjunction with a favourable verdict on all other aspects - style, relationship to other known and accepted works, patina, bronzework, and so forth.
Jacob was a pupil of Louis Delanoisand a skilful ebeniste as well. Charles Cressent Almost equally outstanding was Charles Cressent who was ebeniste to the Regent. At 71, Dan has silver hair brushed back in a wave above his forehead and is one of the last of the old-time shell dealers.
When Capt. The ambulantes were the equivalent of the occasional tables of 18th-century England, where a similar evolution may be observed in the introduction of the Pembroke table, the tip-up tea-table, and small tables with a tray-top and tripod feet for placing near the chair.
Beds Antique French Lits If we leave boiseries and architectural woodwork to one side, the menuisier principally devoted himself to seat-furniture, table-supports, and beds.
The art of table-decoration was carefully studied. The Chinese invented the toothbrush. These tables were ambulantes, often on casters, to enable them to be moved from the bedroom to the boudoir, and to the garde-robe when not required. The notion may be taken a good deal further.
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Dutch writer Roemer Visscher mocked both tulip maniacs and "shell-lunatics. The craving for shells was even powerful enough to change the fate Some Dutch cabinet pictures of the 17th century.
book a continent: at the start of the 19th century, when rival French and British expeditions set out for the unknown coasts of Australia, the British moved faster. During the 17th century towns grew much larger.
From the Greek Archaic period onward many varieties of individual seats are known, the most imposing, perhaps, being elaborately adorned, high-backed ceremonial chairs of wood or marble. Soon it had almost replaced walnut for the finest work.
Dan said he first got interested in shells as a boy in the Philippines, largely because a friend's father played tennis. Spinoza's God is not the God of Abraham and Isaac, not a personal God at all, and his system provides no reason for the revelatory status of the Bible or the practice of Judaism, or of any religion, for that matter.
Pieter Lastman, Rembrandt van Rijn's master, dies. It was, however, the craftsmen of Italy who brought many of the techniques later developed in France.ILLUSTRATION VII: A 17th-Century Italian Cabinet: Made of polished bone and decorated with miniature landscapes the door in the center, flanked by column pilasters, is the same design used in English and American desk interiors of the 18th and early 19th Centuries.
Identification. The English word "Dutch" derives from the German deutsch ("German"). "Dutch" referred originally to both Germany and the Netherlands but came to be restricted to the people and language of the Netherlands when that country became independent in the seventeenth century.
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