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By Albert Jacquemart
From the center a long time to modern occasions, ornamental artwork will be defi ned by way of the inventive fabrics, designs and gadgets utilized in either structure and inside layout. just like many artwork kinds ornamental artwork keeps to adapt, originating with items so simple as a chair, famous for its application, to in simple terms decorative items, celebrated for his or her aesthetic attractiveness. ornamental paintings goals to eulogize those often undervalued gadgets via giving compliment to all mediums of ornamental artwork through the centuries. initially by no means regarded as nice artwork, their creative strength was once no longer said unti. Read more...
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Musée de Cluny, Paris. Interior box of an ebony wardrobe, 17th century. Ebony, ivory, diverse wood species, 50 cm. Castle of Écouen, Musée national de la Renaissance. 51 Cabinet, 16th century. Carved ebony, marquetry of several different wood species. 52 Cabinet, Paris, c. 1645. 5 cm. Musée du Louvre, Paris. 53 Cabinet, Italy, 16th century. Red shell veneer and thin ivory lines. Blois Castle. 54 André-Charles Boulle (attribution), Chest. Copper, tin and shell veneering on a wooden core, bronze gilt, 86 x 148 cm.
50 Game box, end of the 15th century. Ebony, painted walnut, and ivory, 39 x 24 cm (closed). Musée de Cluny, Paris. Interior box of an ebony wardrobe, 17th century. Ebony, ivory, diverse wood species, 50 cm. Castle of Écouen, Musée national de la Renaissance. 51 Cabinet, 16th century. Carved ebony, marquetry of several different wood species. 52 Cabinet, Paris, c. 1645. 5 cm. Musée du Louvre, Paris. 53 Cabinet, Italy, 16th century. Red shell veneer and thin ivory lines. Blois Castle. 54 André-Charles Boulle (attribution), Chest.
In fact, the period of Louis XVI is that in which cabinet-making heavily employed its resources and multiplied its styles. Mahogany was in use from the time of Madame de Pompadour serving only as an additional auxiliary, which did not affect the marquetry trade. It was carried on, even in excess, during the reign of Louis XVI; the elegant secretaire belonging to Doctor Voillemol acts as proof with its subject’s medallions, arabesques, and flower clusters. Its minutely finished bronzes with gold gilding indicate the high rank this piece held in general production.