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American Queen Anne furniture, 1720-1755

Katharine Bryant Hagler

American Queen Anne furniture, 1720-1755

by Katharine Bryant Hagler

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Published by Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Mich .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Furniture -- United States -- History -- 18th century.,
    • Furniture, Colonial -- United States.,
    • Decoration and ornament -- Queen Anne style.,
    • Furniture, Queen Anne -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Katharine Bryant Hagler.
      ContributionsHenry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK2406 .H26
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p. :
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4949081M
      LC Control Number76377113

      American furniture made in the Chippendale style, which falls within the Colonial period, was conservative in comparison to English designs from the same timeframe. Chippendale is closely related to the earlier Queen Anne style, and it is important to remember that elements in furniture designs sometimes overlap as tastes change from period to. Queen Anne Graceful curved lines Cabriole leg -- a leg that curves out at the middle and then tapers inward just above an ornamental foot Upholstered furniture became widely available Wing chair -- an arm chair with a high back and high sides, or wings, extending from each side and designed to give protection from drafts.

      BRITISH QUEEN ANNE STYLE. Anne Stuart, Queen of Great Britain from to , reigned during a time of European growth and expansion when aristocrats .   Large inventory of quality American country furniture: ** Tables, chairs, cupboards, blanket chests, bureaus, etc. ** Queen Anne, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Sheraton, Federal ** Also quality folk art, paintings and accessories. Why buy from us? Full guarantee on all items sold as to age, condition and origin. Quality antiques at reasonable prices.

      American woodworking styles have been through a number of periods, and each was heavily influenced by the available materials of the region as well as the pieces being built by English and French craftsmen. There are 12 predominant periods of American furniture styles, although many have sub-genres which may have been popular but short-lived. Queen Anne () Named after Queen Anne of England who reigned from The Queen Anne style is a refinement of the William and Mary style with a moderately proportioned, graceful appearance. It is characterized by cabriole legs terminating in a pad or drake foot, fiddle-back chair back, and bat wing shaped drawer pulls.


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American Queen Anne furniture, 1720-1755 by Katharine Bryant Hagler Download PDF EPUB FB2

American Queen Anne furniture, [Hagler, Katharine Bryant] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. American Queen Anne furniture, American Queen Anne Furniture (). Dearborn, MI: Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum, Unmarked.

Extensively illustrated in B/W. 52p. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#) (Out of Stock) A look furniture in the Greenfield. Get this from a library. American Queen Anne furniture, [Katharine Bryant Hagler; Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.]. 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 1720-1755 book, Philadelphia, and the South were at the height of their achievement.5/5(3).

Jobe, Brock W. "The Late Baroque in Colonial America: The Queen Anne Style." In American Furniture with Related Decorative Arts, –, edited by Gerald W.

Ward. New York: Hudson Hills Press, Additional Essays by Nicholas C. Vincent. Vincent, Nicholas C. Recognizing that Queen Anne furniture is one of the timeless and most beautiful designs, I realized, on starting my first project, that I hadn't the foggiest idea of the history, the elements, or the construction techniques of Queen Anne furniture.

This book has it s: Queen Anne Antique Furniture. Queen Anne style antique furniture features cabriole legs with padded feet and upholstered wing chairs.

Other characteristics include decorative hardware, bonnet tops, finials, and motifs such as seashells. Rich woods such as mahogany, cherry, tiger maple, and walnut are. While Queen Anne style is an undeniably prim and proper, a second look reveals it’s actually all about showing a little leg.

The Queen Anne style first originated in 18th Century England under the reign of Queen Anne, but a more recent revival 1720-1755 book place at the end of the 19th Century as the Victorian aesthetic was being ushered in.

With a focus on sweet, feminine curves, Queen Anne armoires. American Furniture Of The 18th Century captures the spirit of an age that boasted William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Sheraton, Neoclassical and other enduring makers and styles.

It successfully links the history, craft and construction of these classic masterworks in a beautiful volume of elegance and timeless s: Furniture; Tables; Antique Tables (Pre) Skip to page navigation.

Filter. Antique Tables (Pre) Shop by Material. Antique American Mahogany Queen Anne Tilt Top Tea Table Circa $2, Make Offer - Antique American Mahogany Queen Anne. The Queen Anne style in British architecture refers to either the English Baroque architectural style that developed around the time of Queen Anne (who reigned from to ), or a revived form that became popular during the last quarter of the 19th century and the early decades of the 20th century (which is known as Queen Anne Revival).

In other English-speaking parts of the world, Queen. Furniture made in the Queen Anne style is often difficult to date exactly since it sometimes blends elements from the earlier William and Mary and later Chippendale styles, according to American Furniture: Tables, Chairs, Sofas and Beds by Marvin D.

Schwartz. Queen Anne is lighter and less chunky in appearance in comparison to earlier furniture, exhibiting a change in taste in the early s.

The Queen Anne was not just an architectural style, but also a furniture and design motif. Delicate sensibilities in an indelicate time.

After the American Queen Anne fell out of favor. These extremely ornate homes, while the talk of the town, were discovered to be extremely difficult and time consuming to maintain. Make Offer - Antique English or American Queen Anne Walnut Corner Chair Circa 18TH C ANTIQUE COUNTRY PRIMITIVE WILLIAM & MARY TIGER MAPLE BANISTER BACK CHAIR $ American Drew's portfolio of collections covers a broad variety of styles from modern to classical.

Influenced by furniture craftsmen, and the creative design of nature our inspiration comes from an everchanging range of materials, design elements, and colors. Georgian, Edwardian, Sheraton along with Queen Anne elements create this beautiful assortment of furniture.

Cathedral cherry veneers, rubberwood solids and select hardwoods create an exciting collection of bedroom and dining room from American Drew. Get the best deals on Queen Anne Antique Dressers & Vanities when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many Kindel Furniture Queen Anne Mahogany Eleven-Drawer Highboy Dresser Chest.

$1, $ shipping. or Best Offer. American Queen Anne Style Antique Chest of Drawers. $1, $ shipping. American Furniture. Queen Anne and Chippendale periods in the Henry Francis du Post Winterthur Museum.

Foreword by Henry Francis du Pont. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The British 19th-century Queen Anne style that had been formulated in Britain by Norman Shaw and other architects arrived in New York City with the new housing for the New York House and School of Industry at West 16th Street (designed by Sidney V.

Stratton, ).The Astral Apartments that were built in Brooklyn in –86 (to house workers) are an example of red-brick and terracotta. 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, native American. 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.Signed Federal Furniture Antique Chair Bow Back Double Windsor Armchair.

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Ward (3 copies) Heywood Wakefield (Schiffer Book for Collectors) by Harris Gertz (3 copies) American Queen Anne furniture, by Katharine Bryant Hagler (2 copies) Eames: futures: design: auction.