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by Barry Robert Harwood

eBook The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in 19th Nineteenth-Century America ePub
Author: Barry Robert Harwood
Language: English
ISBN: 0872731375
ISBN13: 978-0872731370
Publisher: Brooklyn Museum Bookshop; 1st Edition edition (November 1997)
Pages: 168
Category: Collections Catalogs & Exhibitions
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.9
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ePub file: 1199 kb
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Paperback original print run of the Hunzinger furniture catalogue. The book depicts the Hunzinger exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum and gives the reader an understanding of what makes this period of patent furniture so inovative.

Paperback original print run of the Hunzinger furniture catalogue. A must for the collector! It lets you identify pieces whether or not they are signed.

of George Hunzinger : Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America. Paperback original print run of the Hunzinger furniture catalogue.

book by Barry Robert Harwood. The Furniture of George Hunzinger : Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America. by Barry Robert Harwood.

Collecting Furniture. The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America.

George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America has been curated by Barry R. Harwood, Associate Curator of Decorative Arts at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. An illustrated monograph by Dr. Harwood will accompany the exhibition

George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America has been curated by Barry R. Harwood will accompany the exhibition. Funds for the catalogue were provided through the generosity of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

1997-8: ‘The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention & Innovation in 19th-Century America,’ The .

1997-8: ‘The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention & Innovation in 19th-Century America,’ The Brooklyn Museum, New York. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. George Hunzinger (1835-1898) was a German born furniture designer who immigrated to the United States in 1855 to join the burgeoning German community that settled there in the mid-century.

The 19th century was an exciting time in the history of American furniture and these craftsmen, fleeing from political trouble in their own country, made great contributions to the craft in style, design and technology in their new country

The 19th century was an exciting time in the history of American furniture and these craftsmen, fleeing from political trouble in their own country, made great contributions to the craft in style, design and technology in their new country. Fred Taylor is a antique furniture Worthologist who specializes in American furniture from the Late Classicism period (1830-1850).

The 19th century brought us the assembly line, speeding up the factory production of goods. The following list (by no means exhaustive) chronicles some of the most important innovations that took shape in the 19th Century. It also gave birth to the notion of a professional scientist. In fact, the word "scientist" was first used in 1833 by William Whewell. Inventions including the telegraph, typewriter, and the telephone led to faster and wider means of communication. 01. of 10. 1800–1809. Print Collector/Getty Images/Getty Images.

Harwood organized the exhibition and authored the catalog for the museum’s 1997 show The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in 19th-Century America, which helped ignite scholarly interest in a designer who already had a strong following among dealers an. .

Harwood organized the exhibition and authored the catalog for the museum’s 1997 show The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in 19th-Century America, which helped ignite scholarly interest in a designer who already had a strong following among dealers and collectors. Top: A proto-modern Hunzinger chair design, circa 1876, with wood turned to resemble bamboo.

The catalogue of an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, November 20, 1997 - February 15, 1998. Illustrated 183 black and white figures and 9 color plates. An appendix illustrates 6 examples of original upholstery.

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