Public (free) series for Sunday, July 14th, 2019 now available on my page. Link below.

Chinoiserie, this time, generally being defined imitation or evocation of Chinese motifs and techniques in Western art, furniture, and architecture, especially in the 18th century and coming in and out of fashion ever since. Chinese Chippendale being the best known. Part I.

Enjoy! Should you be interested in supporting my work and can afford to, please check out what’s available at the various levels. Those posts will go live tomorrow. And thanks so much for following me and enjoying my work! It means a lot. Sarah.

Numerous images, too, not just this one.

 Illustration of "Chinese Chairs," from "Chippendale Drawings" Volume I. ca. 1753.-54.
Illustration of “Chinese Chairs,” from “Chippendale Drawings” Volume I. ca. 1753.-54. British. Drawing. Black ink, gray ink and gray wash. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Scanned by the Internet Archive Python library. Public domain. via

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