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6 edition of Furniture and interior decoration of the Italian renaissance found in the catalog.

Furniture and interior decoration of the Italian renaissance

by Frida SchottmuМ€ller

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Published by Brentano"s in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Italy,
  • Italy.
    • Subjects:
    • Furniture -- Italy -- History,
    • Interior decoration -- Italy,
    • Art, Renaissance

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Frida Schottmuller; with 590 illustrations.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK2052 .S3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxii, 246 p.
      Number of Pages246
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6644331M
      LC Control Number22010616
      OCLC/WorldCa1628119

      British Furniture, by Clive Edwards; Christopher Claxon Stevens; Jonathan Meyer; Michael Barrington; Peter Brewer; Treve Rosoman Call Author: Rebecca Barham. Interior decoration and furniture of the Italian Renaissance. Still indispensable. Paul Schubring, Truhen und Truhenbilder der italienischen frührenaissance (Leipzig) , and Supplement, An unequalled photo repertory of cassoni and .

      Most important article of domestic furniture; means chest in Italian. Were ordered as wedding gifts for the bride and groom; fill it with things needed for this new family (Cartouche). Can be polychromed (painted): means an ornament or pattern in several colored. furniture building, beginning in the 14th century. French artists copied Italian designs but refined the style by carving intricate patterns on drawers and cabinet panels. The French craftsmen continued to incorporate Gothic foliage designs in Renaissance furniture. Chairs became larger and more ornate with high, richly carved backs.

      House plans depicting the Italian Renaissance style found their way into America early in the 20th century. Strong, classical Roman elements incorporate columns, domes, arches, pediments and pilasters in Italian Renaissance architecture. Stucco, stone, marble and terracotta tile typify materials used in Italian Renaissance construction.   One of the main pieces of furniture was a chest – cassone. Clear forms, simple design and numerous architectural elements characterized all the Renaissance furniture. Carcass furniture looked like an architectural structure or a miniature palazzo with columns, pilasters, cornices and frontons.


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Publication date Pages:   Furniture and interior decoration of the Italian renaissance by Schottmüller, Frida, Publication date Topics Furniture, Interior decoration, Art, Renaissance Publisher New York, Brentano's Collection brigham_young_university; americana Digitizing sponsor Brigham Young University.

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Furniture was used not only for function but also for decoration. Chairs and tables as well as coffers and buffets were decorated with the Italian influence. In France, the importation of Italian craftsmen soon changed the clumsy, course furniture made in earlier years.

French furniture soon came under the subtle, influential spread of classicism. Identifier: decorativeperiod00clifrich Title: The decorative periods Year: (s) Authors: Clifford, C. (Chandler Robbins), Subjects: Furniture Decoration and ornament Interior decoration Publisher: New York, Clifford & Lawton Contributing Library: University of California Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book.

Shop Renaissance furniture at 1stdibs, the world's largest source of Renaissance and other authentic period furniture. Global shipping available. FCBTC / Dutch Renaissance Furniture Designs Large Antique by PaperPopinjay Items similar to Dutch Renaissance Furniture Designs, Large Antique Black & White Print, Interior Design, Arts and Crafts on Etsy Antic Furniture Stor - February 26 at Furniture Arrangement Around Fireplace Sofas - - Industrial Furniture Shop.

Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance NKS3. The Ornamented Chair: its development in America, NKL4 Italian Empire Furniture: furnishings and interior design from to NKC New England Furniture at Winterthur: Queen Anne and Chippendale periods NKR5   The Start of the Italian Renaissance The Italian Renaissance was a return to classical culture, art, and architecture.

Designers, artists, scholars, patrons, and other individuals separated themselves from the Middle Ages. This period was very creative and influential. During the 15th century, Italy was comprised of individual republics. Italian walls, when plain, were in sand-finished or smooth-finished plaster and in natural tones or of creams, ochres, light chocolate or grey.

It is, therefore, evident that any such existing wall will admirably answer for a Renaissance interior. If the walls have been papered, a sand-finished paper may be applied. PLATE IX Dining-room in Country House, Showing Modern Painted Furniture. PLATE X Dining-room Furniture, Italian Renaissance, Antique.

PLATE XI Corner of Dining-room in New York Apartment, Showing Section of Italian Refectory Table and Italian Chairs, both Antique and Renaissance in Style. PLATE XII An Italian Louis XVI Salon in a New York.

A comprehensive survey of the major historical periods of interior architecture and decorative styles, History of Interior Design &Furniture, Second Editionfeatures more than new illustrations, including over full colour Ancient Egypt to Nineteenth-Century Revival Styles that characterise the Victorian age, furniture and design are placed Author: Robbie Blakemore.

Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance, with Illustrations. Furniture and Interior Decoration of the Italian Renaissance, with Illustrations Request an Image. first edition Hardcover New. The Renaissance begins in Florence around as they emerge victorious from the attempts of subjugation by the powerful Duke of Milan, and the Florentines see their city as a "new Athens".

CONCEPTS Designs are based on, but do not copy, classical antiquity. Designers recognize that centuries separate them from the ancients, so instead of. interior decoration, adornment of the interior of a building, public or domestic, comprising interior architecture, finishing, and furnishings.

Asian and classical cultures used the decorative arts to create elaborate interiors, and they originated forms extensively copied in later times. Early Italian Renaissance 2.the walls of a Renaissance building (both exterior and interior) are embellished with classical moQfs (e.g.

columns, pediments, blind arches) of minor physical depth, such that they intrude minimally on the two-­‐dimensional appearance of the walls.

The Italian Renaissance furniture were decorated with.In the first years of the seventeenth century, the principles of the Italian Renaissance gave shape to interior design everywhere but England, which had estranged itself from Italy and the rest of Catholic Europe inwhen Henry VIII renounced the pope’s authority.

Italian features came to England at second hand, however, through objects.Rocaille (US: / r oʊ ˈ k aɪ, r ɒ ˈ k aɪ / ro(h)-KY, French:) was a French style of exuberant decoration, with an abundance of curves, counter-curves, undulations and elements modeled on nature, that appeared in furniture and interior decoration during the early reign of Louis XV of was a reaction against the heaviness and formality of the Style Louis XIV.