Furniture 2 : Neoclassic to the Present

Furniture 2 : Neoclassic to the Present

Book - 1981
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Deals with a much shorter period, but one in which a virtual revolution in technique and taste took place. The great bulk of household furnishings in 1750 were made entirely with hand tools, and of metal or natural maaterials such as wood, plant fiber and stone.
Publisher: [New York] : Cooper-Hewitt Museum, [1981]
Copyright Date: ©1981
Branch Call Number: 749.2 KETCH
Characteristics: 128 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
Notes: Ill. on lining papers

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