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Contemporary Studio Case Furniture: The Inside Story, exh.
"Surviving Cabinets on Stands by Andre-Charles Boulle and the New Chronology of the Master's Oeuvre." Cleveland Studies in the History of Art 8 (2003), p.
Paul Getty Museum: Decorative Arts (Los Angeles: J.
"Sitting between Craft and Form." In Sitting on the Edge: Modernist Design from the Collection of Michael & Gabrielle Boyd (San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1998), p.
The fleurs-de-lis on the top two drawers indicate that the cabinet was made for Louis XIV.
As it does not appear in inventories of his possessions, it may have served as a royal gift.
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While I admire the mythology of Gilbert and George, that ever so British pair of deviant artists, they have never been among my favourites. Imagine meeting in 1967, pre-Stonewall and the beginning of gay liberation, and then moving into the roughest part of London, the East End, to live together and make art, dressed as a pair of besuited businessmen.
Decorative Arts: A Handbook of the Collection of the J. André Charles Boulle 1642-1732: Un nouveau style pour l'Europe, exh. You may view this object in Mirador – a IIIF-compatible viewer – by clicking on the IIIF icon below the main image, or by dragging the icon into an open IIIF viewer window.Alternative art spaces offer sites for experimentation for artists to innovate, perform, and exhibit outside the commercial gallery-and-museum circuit.
To avoid potential data charges from your carrier, we recommend making sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before downloading. "Boulle Furniture." Art and Antiques 6 (April 1983), p. Paul Getty Museum." The Art Institute of Chicago Centennial Lecture: Museum Studies 10 (1983), pp.
This cabinet celebrates the Treaty of Nijmegen, which concluded the war.