Friday, December 24, 2010

Pierre Nogaret Chair Louis XV Style

Pierre Nogaret Chair Parisian Master 
Example of simplicity and virtuosity, the chair of the Master Peter Lyons Nogaret, talent shows and original safe. The design of this file rare three way tie with arch decorated with elegant double moldings in the continuity of the uprights. These ties give shape semicabriolet which makes the chair xv style  more comfortable. The step-shaped H gently sinuous which connects the base of the feet, balance carefully the graceful architecture. A flexible moldings free sculpture terminates at the ends of the feet by snail scrolls.

PIERRE NOGARET (1718-1771) - Major facilitator if the Lyon production sought these days, it was probably of Parisian origin. Master 1745, he was inspired perhaps Parisian masters such as Tillard and Cresson Piedmont and furniture. But he knew his own style to stand out from influences to create models of a generous opulence while rigorous and balanced.

Footstool: refers to a spacer, including H-shaped, connecting feet on a seat. This is in no way an indication of belonging to the style Regency, as is too often mentioned.

1 comment:

  1. Nice information is given regarding antique furniture. I have one more site containing information of antique furniture. For more information, please visit.

    http://www.elte.com/

    ReplyDelete