5 edition of Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency 1795-1830 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Nancy McClelland ; with a foreword by Edward Knoblock.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||364|
The reeded drum appears on a bedstead Phyfe made for his daughter Eliza Vail () (Nancy McClelland, Duncan Phyfe and The English Regency: (New York, ), pl. ). Duncan Phyfe ( – 16 August ) was one of nineteenth-century America's leading cabinetmakers.. Although he did not create any new furniture style, he interpreted fashionable European trends in a manner so distinguished and particular that he became a major spokesman for Neoclassicism in the United States, influencing a whole generation of American cabinetmakers.
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Further Reading on Duncan Phyfe. The best work on Phyfe is Nancy McClelland, Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency, (). A biography and analysis of his furniture are in Charles O. Cornelius, Furniture Masterpieces of Duncan Phyfe (). A sketch of Phyfe's life and work is in Ethel Hall Bjerkoe, The Cabinetmakers of America (). Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency. by Nancy McClelland. Forward by Edward Knoblock. includes black and white photos of a wide variety of Duncan Phyfe pieces. oversize hardcover 11 by /2 inches rectangular size. 2 inches thick. published by William R Scott, includes a slipcase. with a lot of dust spottings. it needs to Seller Rating: % positive.
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This book is the definitive book on Duncan Phyfe and his furniture. Beautiful pictures, detailed text, almost as good as going to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in person.
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To identify original Duncan Phyfe pieces, compare some of the carvings found on table knees or legs to those of known Phyfe creation pictured online, in books or in museums.
Phyfe used mahogany, black walnut, pear and apple woods, cherry, rosewood veneers and maple, among other hardwoods both domestic and exotic in his creations.
Author of Duncan Phyfe and the English regency,Historic wall-papers, Furnishing the colonial and federal house, The practical book.
A Set of Four American Classical Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, c. New York, attributed to Duncan Phyfe, tablet crest, pierced medial rail, slip seat, saber legs, height 32 : These chairs a. She also wrote Duncan Phyfe & The English Regency (), which examined the work of the famous cabinet maker Duncan Phyfe.
She believed the Regency period to be the most "polished", most "animated", and most "corrupt" era for the English society. Her other books were The Practical Book of Decorative Wall-Treatments (), Furnishing the. Nancy Mcclelland is the author of Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency, ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), The Lamps of Lo /5(3).
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The most popular color. You guessed it: brown. An innovative designer, superior craftsman and carver, Phyfe’s name is synonymous with the finest New York furniture of the period. Nancy McClelland, Duncan Phyfe and the English regency (New York: William R. Scott Inc., ), Nancy Vincent McClelland, author of Georgetown houses of the federal period, Washington D.
C.,on LibraryThing. Before even opening this book, the reader might recognize that the cloth cover references the last significant work on Phyfe, which appeared more than seventy years ago, when noted interior designer Nancy McClelland published Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency, – in Very cleverly, this current book has echoed the striped cloth.
antique duncan phyfe dining table - Duncan Phyfe Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency, In this, the definitive work on Duncan Phyfe, Nancy McClelland, noted authority on the history of American antiques, recounts with keen appreciation the story of his life and work.attributed to Duncan Phyfe and Son, New York, the serpentine backrail with fan and twin boss crest, s-scroll arms, molded seat rail, plinth legs and reeded feet on casters, height 37 in.
Reference: An almost identical chest is pictured in Duncan Phyfe and the English Regencypl by Nancy McClelland, and a very similar chest is in the collection of Winterthur Museum and is illustrated in Charles Montgomery, American Furniture: The Federal Period, pagenumber Pictured in Bernard & S.
Dean Levy, Inc.An American Late Classical Carved Mahogany Meridienne, c.attributed to Duncan Phyfe and Son, New York, the serpentine backrail with fan and twin boss crest, s-scroll arms, molded seat rail, plinth legs and reeded feet on casters, height 37 in., width 78 in., depth 26 ance: Sorrel-Weed House, Savannah, Georgia.On OctoThe Metropolitan Museum opened to the public Furniture from the Workshop of Duncan Phyfe (Fig.
1), the first exhibition ever held in an art museum on the work of .