3 edition of The furniture designs of George Hepplewhite found in the catalog.
The furniture designs of George Hepplewhite
A. Hepplewhite and Co.
|Statement||arranged by J. Munro Bell ; with an introduction and critical estimate by Arthur Hayden.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 85/5076 (N) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix p., 59 leaves of plates : ill. ; 32 cm.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||85127771|
The business was carried on by Alice and partners under the name of “A. Hepplewhite & Co”. In , Alice Hepplewhite published a book that included of George Hepplewhite’s designs, . In George Hepplewhite and reputation rest on his Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide (), which contained nearly designs for furniture and other furnishings. The plates in the Guide are .
Shop Hepplewhite dining room chairs at 1stdibs, the world's largest source of Hepplewhite and other authentic period furniture. Global shipping available. After Hepplewhite’s death in , his wife published “The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide”, a book containing furniture Hepplewhite furniture designs. The book sparked furniture building in .
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The Furniture Designs of George Hepplewhite. by George Hepplewhite | Jan 1, Hardcover More Buying Choices $ (1 used offer) The Cabinet-Makers' London Book of Prices and Designs of. George Hepplewhite, (diedLondon), English cabinetmaker and furniture designer whose name is associated with a graceful style of Neoclassicism, a movement he helped to formulate in the.
Hepplewhite furniture is known for its graceful, delicate appearance. It is especially light in comparison to earlier Queen Anne and Chippendale styles.; Pieces are embellished with small carvings or painted Author: Troy Segal.
Intwo years after Hepplewhite’s death, his wife Alice Heppelwhite published a book with over of his designs. There aren’t many original Hepplewhite furniture pieces existing today, but the book of.
The Furniture Designs of George Hepplewhite. [George Hepplewhite] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. George Hepplewhite >George Hepplewhite (died ) was an English furniture designer whose name >has become synonymous with grace and elegance.
His work was instrumental in >disseminating the. Contained within this antique book is an illustrated catalogue of Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Sheraton furniture.
This is a large collection of the most elegant and useful designs of household furniture in the. George Hepplewhite Biography.
- The person of George Hepplewhite comes very near to being a myth. His personality is mysterious; even the proof of his existence depends largely on circumstantial.
Get this from a library. The Hepplewhite director: the furniture designs of George Hepplewhite. [George Hepplewhite; J Munro Bell]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: A. Hepplewhite and Co. Furniture designs of George Hepplewhite. London, Gibbings and Company, Limited, Inspired by Adam, Englishmen George Hepplewhite and Thomas Sheraton both impacted American furniture craft with their interpretations of Neoclassical style.
Hepplewhite’s "Cabinet-Maker and. Hepplewhite, Sheraton and Chippendale were people.:), not just furniture styles.
They are the 3 great figures in English furniture design from the 18th century. Their work was so influential. George Hepplewhite (died ) was an English furniture designer whose name has become synonymous with grace and elegance. His work was instrumental in disseminating the neoclassic.
George Hepplewhite was a designer and cabinetmaker based in London, England who was active in the 18th Century. George Hepplewhite’s famous guidebook, The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterers Guide.
The signature was A. Hepplewhite and Co., not Alice Hepplewhite, for London of would have rocked at the temerity of any woman who dared sign her name as author of a book of furniture designs. After his death, his business was carried on by his widow, Dame Alice Hepplewhite, under the title of "A.
Hepplewhite & Co.," and it was under her management of the concern that "The Cabinet Maker and. The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's drawing book () / Thomas Sheraton Designs for household furniture () / Thomas Sheraton.
Subject headings Chippendale, Thomas. Seeking to design furniture appropriate to the needs of modern living, he grappled with the problems of affordability, utility, and function and experimented with modular and fitted furniture.
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The famous Thomas Chippendale had died about nine years before Sheraton’s arrival. George Hepplewhite. too, had been dead two years. Furniture styles were changing, as they always do with. The Hepplewhite book and the Sheraton book came to America as soon as they were published and at once the new English style became the new style of America.
Hepplewhite and .wrote and published "A collection of Designs for household Furniture and Interior Decoration" specifically for Regency Style.
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