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Source:   Household furniture and interior decoration, executed from designs by Thomas Hope.


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No. 1. Mantle-piece of black marble, copied from the facade of a sepulchral chamber, hewn in the solid body of a perpendicular rock, on the coast of ancient Lycia  This mantle-piece is in the Egyptian room, Plate 8. The ornaments on its shelf and on its fender have been copied from Egyptian idols and bas-reliefs ; No. 2 and 3. Front and side view of a large arm-chair, in the Egyptian room, Plate 8.

Image ID: 102551

No. 1. Mantle-piece of black marble, copied from the facade of a sepulchral chamber, hewn in the solid body of a perpend... (1807)

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Image Title

:  No. 1. Mantle-piece of black marble, copied from the facade of a sepulchral chamber, hewn in the solid body of a perpendicular rock, on the coast of ancient Lycia This mantle-piece is in the Egyptian room, Plate 8. The ornaments on its shelf and on its fender have been copied from Egyptian idols and bas-reliefs ; No. 2 and 3. Front and side view of a large arm-chair, in the Egyptian room, Plate 8.

Creator

: Hope, Thomas, 1770?-1831 -- Artist

Additional Name(s)

: Hope, Thomas, 1770?-1831 -- Author

Medium

: Engravings

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. 46

Source

: Household furniture and interior decoration, executed from designs by Thomas Hope.

Source Description

: [6] 53 [1] p. 60 plates. 29 cm. [pages 49 x 29 cm.]

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / Art and Architecture Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs

Catalog Call Number

: MLO++ (Hope, T. Household furniture and interior decoration)

Digital ID

: 102551

Record ID

: 172466

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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