- Art Funded
- 93 x 61 x 48 cm
- Peter Hone
Chiswick House is trying to refurnish the building as it was at the time of Lord Burlington's death. This chair, one from a set of twelve recorded in the 1770 inventory of the Gallery at Chiswick, has been attributed to the revered architect-artist William Kent. He had first-hand knowledge of modern Italian art and design and displayed this in his work at Chiswick. The chair is of a unique design not repeated for any other house designed under Kent's influence.
Chiswick House; Hall Barn (by 1942).
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