Upholstery in America & Europe from the Seventeenth Century to World War I: In America and Europe from the Seventeenth Century to World War One Hardcover – 3 Feb 1988
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From the Back Cover
This book will thus enable today's craftsmen to recreate the styles, shapes and decorative finishes of past times far more accurately than has been possible before. Copiously illustrated with over 250 photographs and line drawings, Upholstery in America and Europe will correct many commonly held but mistaken ideas about interior decoration in the past.
About the Author
Edward S. Cooke, Jr. is Charles F. Montgomery Associate Professor of American Decorative Arts at Yale University. He wrote the exhibition catalog for New American Furniture: Second Generation Studio Furnituremakers, edited and contributed to Upholstery in America and Europe from the 17th Century to World War I, and contributed to Furniture by Wendell Castle, Contemporary Crafts and the Saxe Collection, Conservation by Design, The Ideal Home 1900-1920 and & quot;The Art that is Life& quot; The Arts and Crafts Movement in America, 1875-1920.
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