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William & Mary (English Baroque)

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W&M - Chair
spoon back, elaborately carved
W&M - Chair
W&M - Chair
W&M - Sette
most popular with individual backs
W&M - Tallboy/Highboy Chests
key piece developed during this period! 4-5 drawers, rest on wider drawers, multi-legged stand
W&M - Secretary Cabinet
upper cabinet with doors or shelving and drawers, lower slant-front desk, double-hooded or double-arched cornice
W&M - Aristocratic Table
borrowed from Louis XIV, heavy carving, gilding, marquetry
W&M - Middle Class Table
W&M - Aristocratic Cabinet
Mounted on richly carved and gilt wood stand decorated in Louis XIV Style
W&M - Aristocratic Cabinet (with Japanning)
W&M - Middle Class Cabinet (Seaweed marquetry)
turned trumpet or S-scrolled legs
W&M - Middle Class Cabinet
W&M - Highboy
introduced 1700, dbl hooded pediment
William & Mary (English Baroque)
This period of furniture was named after William the Orange:
William & Mary (English Baroque)
This style has important characteristics but is not a uniform style.
William & Mary (English Baroque)
Aristocratic and Middle Class are two variations of this furniture style:
Highly skilled French Protestant Huguenot craftsman
William & Mary style was influenced by _________________________.
William & Mary, Louis XIV Baroque
Daniel Marot was known for his work in what style: What style did he base his work on?
Quandrangular Tapering Leg, Baluster Leg
The William & Mary popular aristocratic leg forms were:
Trumpet leg with with a bun or Spanish foot - scroll legs were also popular
The William & Mary popular middle class leg forms were:
William & Mary Leg Forms
William & Mary
This time period was often referred to as the "Age of Walnut":
William & Mary
What style typically featured floral marquetry and curved apron forms with pendant finials?
Highboy/Tallboy Chest
This furniture piece was developed during the William & Mary period:
William & Mary
Cabinets with a double-hooded or double-arched cornice are common to which time period: