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Fine Furniture: The 18th Century Interior

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A fine needlework panel
George II, second quarter 18th century

the reverse with tied foliate festoons and conforming borders, and mounted on a George I style mahogany stand


h.62.5cm. x w.51cm., including stand; h.132cm.,
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This panel follows in the tradition of the 18th century needlework firescreens, tapestry and savonnerie panels used for upholstery and as framed pictures and screens, which show flowers in vases on ledges. These were influenced by the Northern Old Master still-life paintings, particularly those of the Dutch, which resulted in highly distinctive floral table carpets. Needlework panels were often produced locally, as opposed to tapestry panels of similar subjects which often came from specific workshops, with definitive characteristics and often had design elements used in other works of art.

Fine Furniture: The 18th Century Interior

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Olympia