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Tag: Thomas Chippendale

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    A Painting in the Manner of Giuseppe Recco Highlights Upcoming Sale

    Nadeau's Auction Gallery’s Annual Major Fall Americana and Chinese Auction presents an oil painting in the manner of Italian artist Giuseppe Recco. He was among the most influential still-life painters in the 17th century. Recco often painted flowers, fish, and kitchen scenes in the Baroque style. Many of his works…

    In the Manner of Giuseppe Recco Italian, 1634 - 1695 still life with grapes, pomegranates, an oriental rug, and a clock oil on canvas Gustave White 19
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    Philadelphia Tucker Porcelain Pitchers and Chippendale-Style Chairs Lead Upcoming Sale

    Producing domestic porcelain was a risky business in early 19th-century America. New manufacturers faced stiff competition from European brands with deep connections to the upper class. William Tucker of Philadelphia counted on the swell of American patriotism that followed the War of 1812 to establish a brand of affordable household…

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    George II Mahogany Tables, European Decorative Art Available With Freeman’s

    Two George II mahogany tables will lead Freeman’s upcoming auction of European decorative art and furniture. One of the tables was possibly based on a design by Matthias Lock, an English designer who worked under Thomas Chippendale. Its legs feature ‘S’ and ‘C’ curve decorations, flowers, and carved leaves. The…

    A George II Carved Mahogany Console Table Possibly after a design by Matthias Lock, first half 18th century
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    Vintage Furniture, Gueridon Tables, and Canapés Available with Randall Tysinger Antiques

    Randall Tysinger Antiques will present a selection of vintage furniture in a timed April auction. An Italian painted and gilt cabinet is among the key lots. Its top set of doors highlights carved columns with gilded fruit and flowers. On the bottom, the piece includes hand-painted flower and ribbon decorations.…

    Swedish Marble Top Gueridon
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    Discovery - Interiors

    A cabinetmaker from London, Thomas Chippendale was well known for his meticulous take on 18th-century furniture design. With a blend of influences that included Gothic, Rococo, and Chinese styles, he attempted to create his own approach. The Chippendale style was popularized between 1750 and 1780 in England and the American…

    Victorian Red Cased Glass and Brass Fluid Lamp
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    English & Continental Furniture / Old Master Paintings

    A leading furniture lot in the upcoming sale offered by Doyle is a mahogany secretaire-cabinet attributed to Thomas Chippendale. It shows the influence of Chippendale’s friend and colleague Robert Adam, who favored a more Neoclassical style to Chippendale’s English Rococo. Another lot of interest, two pier tables made of satinwood,…

    Marie-Victoire Lemoine
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    Antiques and Accessories

    Chippendale Slant-lid Secretary is one of many antique pieces of furniture available at the upcoming sale by Eldred’s Auction. The style of Chippendale furniture is the item’s specialty along with the curly maple used for its making. The piece provides a glimpse of Chinese and Anne Queen furniture together, as…

    MARILYN CALDWELL Connecticut, Contemporary/Auctiondaily