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Кривульченко Алексей Анатольевич Декор и арт-объекты Гербарии в белой раме Инсталляция  Дерево, стекло, картон. 78х56 2011

Кривульченко Алексей Анатольевич Декор и арт-объекты Гербарии в белой раме Инсталляция Дерево, стекло, картон. 78х56 2011

A collection of ten antique, 18th century French architecture & Interior design engravings. The etchings are from designs by Nicolas & Dominique Pineau and most likely Monsieur Chamblin; the architects to the Louis XV and the French court. These engravings were like the "Elle Decor" & "House Beautiful" of the 18th century and were a way of communicating the architecture & Interiors de rigour. This set illustrates bedroom niches, furniture, fabrics, cabinets & mirrors.

A collection of ten antique, 18th century French architecture & Interior design engravings. The etchings are from designs by Nicolas & Dominique Pineau and most likely Monsieur Chamblin; the architects to the Louis XV and the French court. These engravings were like the "Elle Decor" & "House Beautiful" of the 18th century and were a way of communicating the architecture & Interiors de rigour. This set illustrates bedroom niches, furniture, fabrics, cabinets & mirrors.

Conservator handling one of the drawers of the Chippendale-attributed secretaire veneered with Chinese lacquer at Osterley Park, west London. ©National Trust Images/Ian Shaw

Conservator handling one of the drawers of the Chippendale-attributed secretaire veneered with Chinese lacquer at Osterley Park, west London. ©National Trust Images/Ian Shaw

Birdcage Room - Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire circa 1760. Book: Early Georgian Interiors by John Cornforth

Birdcage Room - Grimsthorpe Castle, Lincolnshire circa 1760. Book: Early Georgian Interiors by John Cornforth

Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. 1773, with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning. ©National Trust/Christopher Warleigh-Lack

Secretaire attributed to Thomas Chippendale, c. 1773, with Chinese lacquer panels and English japanning. ©National Trust/Christopher Warleigh-Lack

Early 18th Century style Bureau Bookcase and Cabinet top.  Hand-painted outside and inside by highly renowned decorative artist and gilder, Nick Atkins, turning it into a breathtakingly beautiful Chinoiserie lacquer piece. The bureau interior with fitted secret compartments, pigeon-hole design, step drawers and pillared door capitols.  The bookcase top with fitted compartments over small base drawers.

Early 18th Century style Bureau Bookcase and Cabinet top. Hand-painted outside and inside by highly renowned decorative artist and gilder, Nick Atkins, turning it into a breathtakingly beautiful Chinoiserie lacquer piece. The bureau interior with fitted secret compartments, pigeon-hole design, step drawers and pillared door capitols. The bookcase top with fitted compartments over small base drawers.

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