Paint, Pattern and People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725-1850 [Signed]. Wendy A. Cooper, Lisa Minardi.
Paint, Pattern and People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725-1850 [Signed]
Paint, Pattern and People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725-1850 [Signed]
"William Penn's policy of religious tolerance made Pennsylvania the most culturally diverse of the thirteen colonies. Through the study of well-documented furniture, fraktur, needlework, paintings, and architecture produced by this mixed multitude, the region's great diversity comes into focus."

Paint, Pattern and People: Furniture of Southeastern Pennsylvania 1725-1850 [Signed]

Very Good / Very Good. Item #10868
ISBN: 9780912724690

Winterthur: The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, 2011. First Edition. Signed by both authors on titlepage. Quarto (31x24x3cm); xxvi + 278pp, including bibliography and index. Richly illustrated throughout with color photographs and historical background documentation.

Illustrated dustjacket over golden ochre cloth with title blind-stamped on front panel and gilt spine lettering. Jacket is clean and crisp with very faint wear at spine ends. Binding is sound and pages unmarked.

This is the much expanded catalog for the exhibit held at Winterthur from 2 April 2011 to 8 January 2012, featuring showpieces of Pennsylvanian, British ex-pat, and Pennsylvania Dutch furnishings, cradle to coffin.

Price: $100.00