Classic America: the Federal style & beyond

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Rizzoli, 1992 - Antiques & Collectibles - 297 pages
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One of today's foremost authorities on American antiques presents a profusely illustrated book on America's Federal style. These private and public homes--including Monticello, the White House, the Gardner Pingree House, and the Windsor House--with Hepplewhite, Sheraton, and Duncan Phyfe furnishings in period settings, appear just as they might have looked 200 years ago. 180 color illustrations.

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Interest in Neoclassicism, both as a subject of study and in the design of interiors, has undergone a resurgence in the last decade. Readers of the magazine Antiques will recognize the name of the ... Read full review

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Garrett is senior vice president of American decorative art at Sotheby's New York.