Neo-Classicism in the North: Swedish Furniture and Interiors, 1770-1850
When Crown Prince Gustaf returned from Versailles in 1771 to ascend the throne of Sweden, he was determined to give his country a leading place in Europe culturally as well as politically.
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alcove Anteroom Antique apartment architect armchairs Audience Room Bedroom Biedermeier Blue Salon Bukowskis Auktioner Cabinet Carl Fredrik Carl Johan Carl XIV Johan Carl's carved chairs Charlotte's colour columns court Crown Prince decorated designed Desprez Dining Room Divan Room doors Dressing Room eighteenth-century elegant Empire Eric Fredenheim Fredrik Adolf's French frieze furniture Gallery Georg Haupt giltwood Gothenburg Gripsholm Guard Room Gunnebo Gustaf III Gustaf III's Gustaf IV Adolf Gustavian style Haga Hall Hall's interiors Italy Jean-Baptiste Masreliez King King's Late Gustavian Louis Masreliez mahogany marble master in Stockholm mirror Neoclassical Neoclassicism original ormolu ormolu mounts ornament Ostana overdoors painted painter pair Palmstedt panelling Paris Pavilion Pehr Ljung pilasters Pompeian portrait Prince Carl Prince Fredrik Prince Fredrik Adolf reception rooms redecorated Rehn Rosendal Rosersberg Royal Palace secretaire Sergel silk damask Sillen sofa Sophia Albertina staircase Stedingk's Stockholms Auktionsverk style suite Sweden Swedish tiled stove trompe-l'oeil Tullgarn Vestibule walls