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Author:
Frances Hinchcliffe
ISBN13:
978-0810939042
ISBN:
0810939045
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Publisher:
Harry N Abrams Inc (September 1, 1989)
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Decorative Arts & Design
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Box chairs or 'joyned cheyres', as they were called, furnished the houses of rich merchants as well as nobles.

The Green Dining Room at the Victoria Albert Museum is now known as The Morris Room, after William Morris. The Ardabil Carpet, probably the finest surviving Persian carpet, Tabriz, mid-16th century. Box chairs or 'joyned cheyres', as they were called, furnished the houses of rich merchants as well as nobles. Their seats were supported by panelling rather than legs.

The Victoria and Albert Museum (often abbreviated as the V&A) in London is the world's largest museum of applied and decorative arts and design, as well as sculpture, housing a permanent collection of over . 7 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Hinchcliffe, Frances Fifties Furnishing Fabrics, Webb and Bower, 1989. Rothstein, Natalie Silk Designs of the Eighteenth Century in the Collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Thames and Hudson, 1990. Ikoku, Ngozi British Textile Design from 1940 to the Present, British textiles in the V&A series, V&A Publications, 1999. Johnstone, Pauline A Guide to Greek Island Embroidery, HMSO, 1972. Samuels, Charlotte Art Deco Textiles, British textiles in the V&A series, V&A Publications, 2002. Victoria and Albert Museum Guides Textile and Dress, HMSO, 1978.

Built in 1857, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) was first known as the Museum of Manufactures and later the . The ceremony also honoured the late Prince Albert’s contributions to London as a champion of arts and education.

Built in 1857, the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) was first known as the Museum of Manufactures and later the South Kensington Museum before it was officially christened as the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1899. The queen herself was in attendance and laid the final foundation stone for the museum’s new buildings, designed by Aston Webb – it would be the Queen Victoria’s last public appearance before her death in 1901. The very bookishness that a young Victoria bemoaned became one of Albert’s greatest assets as royal consort.

From Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, William Morris, Furnishing Fabric . The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Permanent collection.

From Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, William Morris, Furnishing Fabric; "Honeysuckle" (1876), Cotton, block printed, 70 39 1/2 i.

Предыдущая 20 21 22 232425 26 27 28 29 Следующая ⇒. Focus Vocabulary. Think of a noun that has something to do with the house, either an item of furniture, a room or a piece of domestic equipment, for example: chair, and write the word on a piece of paper. Pass your piece of paper to another student, who should write down three adjectives which often go with the noun, for example: wooden, hard, comfortable

It wouldn’t change names again until 1899 when Queen Victoria made one of her last public appearances to lay the foundation stone of the Aston Webb building, when it was christened the Victoria and Albert Museum. Mr. MacGregor’s Garden of Artwork.

It wouldn’t change names again until 1899 when Queen Victoria made one of her last public appearances to lay the foundation stone of the Aston Webb building, when it was christened the Victoria and Albert Museum. The V&A holds the world’s largest collection of art from children’s author Beatrix Potter. The collection not only includes her drawings, but also manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other related materials

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