|Series||The library of decorative art -- v.3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
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 to , Furniture in England to , In 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. COMPANY OVERVIEW. In the quiet foothills of East Tennessee, England Furniture has been crafting quality upholstered furniture since Co-founded by father Charles and brothers Eugene and Dwight England, their goal was to employ the proud and hardworking people of Appalachia. Famous Books From the s show list info. I may have missed a book or two but here is a list of famous works from users 15, views made by tavisharts. avg. score: 7 of 78 (9%) required scores: 1, 2, 4, 6, 11 list stats leaders vote Vote print . 1st Edition Published on Octo by Routledge The part religion played in questions of national identity in early modern England is a familiar historic Pictures and Popery: Art and Religion in England, – - 1st Ed.
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.