Anthology of Sixs Styles

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  • Topic: Art Nouveau, Rococo, Arts and Crafts Movement
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Matthew Brettingham (architect) Giovanni Battista Borras (designer) jean Antoine cuenot (carver) 1748-1756. The music room from Norfolk house, St James square, London. Victoria albert museum website Matthew Brettingham (architect) Giovanni Battista Borras (designer) jean Antoine cuenot (carver) 1748-1756. The music room from Norfolk house, St James square, London. Victoria albert museum website

Director Jon Jones film released 2007, Novel Jane Austen published 1817. Northanger abbey, actors Felicity Jones (Catherine Morland) JJ field (Mr Tilney)

Director Jon Jones film released 2007, Novel Jane Austen published 1817. Northanger abbey, actors Felicity Jones (Catherine Morland) JJ field (Mr Tilney)

William Morris, 1864 ‘Trellis’ woodblock printed wallpaper. Victoria and Albert museum.

William Morris, 1864 ‘Trellis’ woodblock printed wallpaper. Victoria and Albert museum.

Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) 1909 Maude Adams (1872-1953) as Joen of arc oil painting Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) 1909 Maude Adams (1872-1953) as Joen of arc oil painting

Van C.J. Begger necklace with wing motifs from which hangs a pendant in the form of a drop in round diamonds and calibre sapphires. Sylvie Raulet (1985) Art deco jewellery with 792 illustrations, 261 in colour. Van C.J. Begger necklace with wing motifs from which hangs a pendant in the form of a drop in round diamonds and calibre sapphires. Sylvie Raulet (1985) Art deco jewellery with 792 illustrations, 261 in colour.

Carolyn Moorehead Edmundson, 1942 a poster (enlist in a proud profession! Join the US cadet nurse corps). James Aulich, War posters weapons of mass

Carolyn Moorehead Edmundson, 1942 a poster (enlist in a proud profession! Join the US cadet nurse corps). James Aulich, War posters weapons of mass

Rococo was fashionable from 1730 to 1770, it was mostly used in in furniture, silver and ceramics and not so much in architecture. Its name came from the French rocallie (pronounced rock eye) meaning...
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