4 edition of John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture found in the catalog.
John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture
by Yale University Press in association with Leeds City Galleries and The Victoria and Albert Museum in New Haven, Conn, London
Written in English
|Statement||Christopher Gilbert, Tessa Murdoch.|
|Contributions||Murdoch, T. V., Leeds Art Galleries., Victoria and Albert Museum.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
The exhibition, opening 16 February, is an impeccably researched survey of the brass-inlaid furniture by one of England's grandest rococo cabinet-makers, John Channon, and of his contemporaries Such 'boulle-inlaid' furniture formed part of the fashionable tea quipage of the period, and relates to the inlaid 'sarcophagus' tea-chest illustrated in the s trade-card of Messrs. Landall and Gordon of Little Argyle Street (Gilbert and Murdoch, John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture, London, , fig. 12). Related decoration features on
One of which has a signed brass plaque engraved J. Channon Fecit This cabinet relates to a group of brass inlaid furniture which was attributed to Channon in the ’s by John Hayward. Much of these attributions were based on the design and construction of the Powderham Another writing table of this unusual type, with the outer front legs pulling out, is at Holkham Hall, Norfolk,(1) whilst one of similar shape, but with its drawers opening on the sides and with brass inlay, has been attributed to the circle of John Channon. The form derives from the French bureau Mazarin. Footnotes
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City Art Gallery.; Victoria and Albert Museum.] -- Amongst the most ostentatiously splendid masterpieces of English furniture are a group embellished with engraved brass inlay and rich ormolu mounts. Dating from aboutmade of exotic timbers Amongst the most ostentatiously splendid masterpieces of English furniture are a group embellished with engraved brass inlay and rich ormolu mounts.
Dating from aboutmade of exotic timbers and many displaying highly flamboyant Rococo personalities, they have traditionally been attributed to the workshops of John Channon, one of Chippendale's neighbours and rivals in St Martin's :// - Buy John Channon & Brass–Inlaid Furniture – book online at best prices in India on Read John Channon & Brass–Inlaid Furniture – book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified :// Publication will coincide with an exhibition of brass-inlaid furniture by Channon and his circle at Temple Newsam House in Leeds, opening on 20 October and moving to the Victoria and Albert Museum on 16 Februaryfor which this book serves as the › Books › Reference › Writing, Research & Publishing Guides.
John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture,Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch. Toronto Public ?R= John Channon was not known in the cannon of furniture history until the second half of the twentieth century.
Noted furniture historians, including R. Symonds, identified the incredible quality of a group of, specifically brass-inlaid, furniture, but identifying a cabinetmaker eluded them at the :// Hayward, John, 'The Channon Family of Exeter and London', in Victoria and Albert Museum Bulletin, Aprilvol.
II, no. 2, pp. Gilbert, Christopher and Murdoch, Tessa eds., John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture New Haven and London, Yale University Press, in association with Leeds City Art Galleries and the Victoria and John Hayward, ‘English Brass-Inlaid Furniture,’ V&A Bulletin, vol.
I, no. 1, January John Hayward, ‘The Channon Family of Exeter and London, Chair and Cabinet-Makers,’ V&A Bulletin, vol. II, no. 2, April Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch, eds, John Channon and Brass Inlaid Furniture Two of the largest pieces of brass-inlaid furniture are the two bookcases made for Powderham Castle, Devon, each with an engraved plaque with the inscription 'J.
Channon' and the date '' and for this reason John Channon's name is most closely associated with the technique. Inlaying with brass is not unique to London-made John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture, / Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch.
imprint New Haven: Yale University Press in association with Leeds City Art. JOHN CHANNON & BRASS INLAID FURNITURE CHRISTOPHER GILBERT & TESSA MURDOCH.
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Attributed to Frederick Hintz, c. Victoria & Albert Museum, London. From John Channon and brass-inlaid furnitureedited by Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch,fig.p. Purchased Bonhams, 22 AprilFine English and Continental Furniture, lot The design of the present lot, with its broken arched pediment and the shaped outline of its doors, relates to the Glympton Park bureau cabinet examined in C.
Gilbert and T. Murdoch, John Channon and Brass-inlaid Furniture,fig. 47, p. A number of these tables featured in the exhibition John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture at the Victoria and Albert Museum, alongside other related pieces.
a maker of 'Desks and Book-Cases of mahogany, Tea-Tables, Tea-Chests, and Tea-Boards etc. all curiously made and inlaid with fine figures of brass and mother of pearl'. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Title: Fine Brass Inlaid Scalloped Tripod Table Attributed to Frederick Hintz, Price: $28, USD, Category: Antiques:Furniture:Tables:Tilt-top Tables, Store: Michael Pashby Antiques, Description: Attributed to Frederick Hintz, who along with the better known John Channon were leading proponents in London of the German and French style of brass inlaid furniture of the :// John Channon - An Important George II Brass Inlaid Padouk Bureau Bookcase offered by Hyde Park Antiques on InCollect At the time of the exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum, John Channon and brass-inlaid furniture, (), only 34 had come to light, and of those only 13 had the ten indentations as shown in the present example.
The use of mother of pearl inlay at this period was relatively uncommon and is strikingly similar to a fruitwood. The influence of German cabinetmakers on British furniture is the subject of Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch’s John Channon and Brass Inlaid Furniture, – Their research has shown that Moravian artisans were instrumental in shuffling furniture styles between Germany and England during the eighteenth 6 Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch, John Channon and brass-inlaid furnitureNew Haven and London: Yale University Press (), p 7 Christopher Gilbert and Tessa Murdoch, ibid., p 8 Quoted in Sotheby’s, Noseley Hall, Leicestershire, 28th and 29th Septemberp.
Literature: This high quality piece of Georgian furniture is in the manner of John Channon, see (C. Gilbert and T. Murdoch, John Channon and brass-inlaid furnitureLondon, ) for similar examples. Click here to see our Georgian Furniture Style ://