Topics: With Architecture
The gothic style has been around for a very long time and undergone many revivals and re-interpretations, as this lecture will show.
A comparison of Elizabethan and Jacobean furniture in terms of its construction, decoration and range.
This lecture combines looking at furniture with looking at the interiors for which it was designed as it follows the Baroque style from Rome to England.
An appraisal of Adam’s influence on the development of neo-classical furniture, focussing on items in interiors designed by him.
This lecture charters the spread of neo-classical design and decoration on furniture from that of the most fashionable and wealthy to that of the upwardly mobile middle and professional classes of the late 18th century.