1 edition of American home course in period furniture found in the catalog.
American home course in period furniture
|Statement||[by Lurelle Guild]|
|Contributions||Guild, Lurelle Van Arsdale, 1898-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p., illus.|
|Number of Pages||27|
Early American Furniture, A Practical Guide for Collectors At last we have a new American furniture book to fill the gap left by yesteryear’s classics. John Obbard’s book does exactly what its subtitle promises: it provides practical information about American furniture, and at $ it . Of course, the defining features of Federal furniture are the veneers and inlays. Veneers had been a feature of William & Mary furniture, and a limited amount of veneer and inlay work occurred during the Queen Anne and Chippendale periods, but nothing like on the scale seen during the Federal period ( – ).
About this Item: Viking Press, NY, Hardcover. Condition: VG/VG. Blue cloth. pp. Hundreds of bw illustrations. Foreword by Henry Francis Dupont, background section on various fascinating aspects of furniture, followed by catalogue sections on beds, all manner of chairs, chests of drawers, clocks, desks and bookcases, fire screens, looking glasses, sofas, all manner of tables, unusual. American Antique Furniture. The course of antique furniture history in America largely mirrors that of the English furniture tradition, and to some extent, events in Holland and France, and in order to fully appreciate the American contribution to furniture design in colonial and later historical times it will likely be found necessary to return now and again to the source, England, and follow.
Early Colonial Period Frances Safford The Metropolitan Museum of Art has what is perhaps the greatest collection of American furniture in the country. This book is a comprehensive study of the furniture in that collection from the early colonial period, the 17th Century and William & Mary periods (early 18th Century). Hard cover. pages. Asheford Institute of Antiques Harbor Blvd, Ste. 3, Dept. WEB Destin, FL USA Canadian Offices: Asheford Institute of Antiques Bloor St. West. Suite , Dept. WEB Toronto, ON CANADA M5S 1R8 T.
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The American Home Course in Period Furniture Paperback – January 1, by Lurelle Guild (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, January 1, "Please retry" Author: Lurelle Guild.
Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild, industrial designer. Recipient Art Directors Club medal for paintings and drawings in color done through J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency, ; Arents medal Syracuse University,Jordan Marsh award, Modern Plastics award, Fashion Academy award for household products, Westinghouse, From among the world-renowned treasures at the Winterthur Museum, the author selected outstanding examples of American furniture from the Queen Anne and Chippendale periods, representing the era when the cabinetmakers of New England, New York, Philadelphia, and the South were at the height of their achievement.5/5(3).
Listed are some other sites related to period furniture and related material. Please feel free to send contact these people. Society of American Period Furniture Makers – dedicated to study and reproduction of 17th and 18th century furniture.
New Hampshire Furniture Makers is another great source of member participation and samples of period furniture. A new furniture form of this period was the tilting tea table. Chippendale, This period is named for the famous English cabinetmaker, Thomas Chippendale, who wrote a book of furniture designs, Gentlemen and Cabinet-Maker’s Director, published inand This book gave cabinetmakers real direction and they soon eagerly.
Period furniture definition: furniture that was made during a particular period in time | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. The practical book of period furniture, treating of furniture of the English, American colonial and post-colonial and principal French periods Item Pages: The Society of American Period Furniture Makers: Dedicated to the understanding and appreciation of American period furniture.
He authored a Master Class Article in Fine Woodworking that subsequently led to an opportunity to write his first book, Carving 18th Century Furniture Elements. American Empire. The American Empire style also overlapped the Federal period from Furniture of this period was influenced more by the French than the English.
Sheraton published the "Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing Book" in These guides were studied extensively by American furniture makers. And while their interpretations varied, the products had the underlying clean lines and more delicate forms attributable to the Federal period.
The Gallery photos may be viewed by selecting a furniture category such as chairs, tables, clocks by clicking the SAPFM Member Gallery below. Total images in all. () Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA /5(4). I've been chosen by Early American Life Magazine, as one of the best craftsman in America each year from I've contributed articles to Popular Woodworking Magazine, Fine Woodworking Magazine, and the Journal of the Society of American Period Furniture Makers.
A piece of my work was displayed at the White House in Dedicated to the Preservation, Understanding, Reproduction, and Awareness of Furniture Made in America from to This site is dedicated to information and the promotion of the furniture created in the United States of America between the mid ’s to around This was referred to as American Period Furniture.
Society of American Period Furniture Makers -Sapfm. K likes. Society of American Period Furniture ers: K. Furniture design has been a part of the human experience since the beginning of history. Evidence of furniture survives from as far back as the Neolithic Period in the form of paintings, wall Murals discovered at Pompeii, in sculpture and examples have also been excavated in Egyptian Pyramids and found in tombs in Ghiordes (modern day Turkey).
This article will track the main advancements. The A.I.A. Course Is Divided Into Five Plans Of Study (Thirteen Volume Program - Over Pages) Below, you will find a breakdown of the Asheford Program in either e-Course or Textbook version.
Each Plan of Study is divided into four main topics: Pleasure, Profit, Appraising and Care & are a total of 12 individual Textbooks (or 13 e-Course modules), that comprise the core. American Period Furniture - Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, Georgia - Rated based on 14 Reviews "This place is great.
I bought a dresser /5(14). American Queen Anne furniture was produced from the s until about and is characterized by delicate lines, slender proportions, graceful S-curves, and handsomely carved woods.
Walnut was the favored wood, but mahogany imported from the West Indies. The colonial American era provided more than just the groundwork for the development of the country: it also offered rich and distinctive styles in furniture-making.
This period saw no less than five stylistic changes in interior modes of decoration, each with their own favored characteristics and trends. Discovering and Restoring Antique Furniture: A Practical Illustrated Guide for the Buyer and Restorer of Period Antique Furniture by Bennett, Michael and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A work in Progress Draft October 23rd, Artisans of the Valley Corrine Drive Pennington, NJ / fax e Size: 3MB.- Explore markmaleski5's board "American Period Furniture" on Pinterest.
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