Illustrated FURNITURE Glossary ........... Illustrated Architecture Dictionary

Furniture Glossary - STYLES & DESIGNERS in AMERICA

Alphabetical order: Art Deco ...... Art Nouveau......Arts & Crafts ......Chippendale...... Colonial Revival...... Eastlake ...... Empire...... Federal...... Gothic Revival.........Late Classicism....... Modern...... Pilgrim...... Queen Anne......Renaissance Revival ......Rococo Revival.... Spool-Turned .......Transitional Early Victorian .....Tudor Revival......Turkish......Victorian ...... William & Mary

All links are to Buffalo, NY, pages unless otherwise indicated.

Furniture styles - in Chronological Order

Important American Designers

Parallel Architecture Styles

Other Historical Events

Pilgrim style / Jacobean style

1630-1690

Illustration: Wainscot chair - Fairmount Park Woodford House, Philadelphia
America: Colonial style architecture (pre-Revolutionary War 1776-1783)

Europe:
Baroque style architecture
England: King Charles I 1625-1649

England: Interregnum
1649-1660

England: King Charles II
1649-16685

England: King James II
1685-1689

France: King Louis XIII
1610-1643

France: King Louis XIV 1643-1715

William & Mary style

1685-1725


Illustration: Octagonal slate side table. Chestnut and maple; slate top. New England (Massachusetts?), ca. 1710. On display in 2003 at the Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Williamsburg, Va
America: Colonial style architecture (pre-Revolutionary War 1776-1783)

England: Baroque style architecture
England: King William II, Queen Mary II 1689-1694

England: Queen Anne
1702-1714

England: King George I
1714- 1727

France: King Louis XIV 1643-1715

France: King Louis XV 1715-1774

Queen Anne style

1725-1750

Illustration:Dressing table. Walnut and walnut veneer, white pine secondary. Boston, ca. 1740. On display in 2003 at the Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum, Williamsburg, Va
America: Colonial style architecture (pre-Revolutionary War 1776-1783)

England:
Rococo style architecture
England: King George II 1727-1760

France: King Louis XV 1715-1774

Music: Antonio Lucio Vivaldi dies 1741

Music: J. S. Bach, dies 1750

 

Chippendale style

1750-1780
America: Colonial style architecture (pre-Revolutionary War 1776-1783)

England: Chippendale was influenced by both the Rococo and the English Classical (
Palladian) architectural styles
England: King George II 1727-1760

England: King George III 1760-1820

France: King Louis XV 1715-1774

Music: George Frederick Handel dies 1759

Federal style

1780-1820

Illustration:
Baltimore Museum of Art

George Hepplewhite

Sheraton, Thomas

Samuel MacIntyre (1757-1811)

Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854)
Federal style is the Americanized version of Adam (Adamesque) style, which is the English version of Neoclassical style architecture U.S.: George Washington 1789-1797

U.S.: John Adams 1797-1801

U.S.: Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809

U.S.: James Madison 1809-1817


England: King George III 1760-1820

English architecture style: Regency 1811-1820



France: King Louis XVI
1774-1792

France: Emperor Napoleon 1804-1814

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart dies 1791
  Shaker style

1790-1900
   

Empire style
Also called Classical


1815-1840

Illustration: Fillmore House Museum

Charles Honoré Lannuier

Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854)
America: Federal style architecture (1780-1820)

America:
Greek Revival architecture (1820-1860)

America:
Gothic Revival architecture (1830-1860)

Europe: Influenced by Napoleon's version of
Neoclassical style architecture
U.S.: John Adams 1825-1829

U.S.: Andrew Jackson
1829-1837



England: King George IV 1820-1830

French Restauration style
, 1830-1870

Music: Ludwig van Beethoven dies 1827

Late Classicism and the Restauration Style
Also called Pillar and Scroll

1835-1850

Illustration: St. John's Grace Episcopal Church
Substyle of American Neoclassical architecture  

Victorian / 19th-Century Revival styles

1840-1880

Illustration: Peanut-shaped upholstered back armchair - Ansley Wilcox Mansion / Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site
Victorian style architecture U.S.: Abraham Lincoln, 1861-1865



France: King Napoleon III
1852-1870

Transitional Early Victorian Victorian style architecture  

Rococo Revival style

1840-1870

One of the Victorian Revival styles


Illustration: John Henry Belter Room on display in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2004
Victorian style architecture  

Gothic Revival style

1840-1880

One of the Victorian Revival styles

Illustration: Henry Mooney House
Gothic Revival architecture U.S.: Millard Fillmore 1850-1853





England: Queen Victoria 1837-1901
  Spool-Turned style

1840-1865


One of the Victorian Revival styles
Victorian style architecture  

Renaissance Revival style

1850-1890

One of the Victorian Revival styles

Illustration:Corporal Hyde House at Genesee Country Village, & Museum
Renaissance Revival style architecture

Victorian style architecture
England: Queen Victoria 1837-1901





Music: Johannes Brahms dies 1897
  Turkish style

1855-1875


One of the Victorian Revival styles
Victorian style architecture  
  Aesthetic Movement

1860-90
   

Eastlake style


1870-1890

One of the Victorian Revival styles



Illustration:
Sofa and chair
Eastlake style architecture

Victorian style architecture
England: Queen Victoria 1837-1901

Art Nouveau style

1895-1910

Illustration:
Boiserie de la salle a manger de la propriété Bénard, by Alexandre Charpentier, 1901, on display in 2004 at Musee d'Orsay, Paris, France
Art Nouveau style architecture U.S.: Grover Cleveland 1885-1889, 1893-1897

U.S.: William McKinley 1897-1901

U.S.: Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1909



England: Queen Victoria 1837-1901

England: King Edward VII (Victoria's son) 1901-1910

 

Colonial Revival style

1890-1925
Colonial Revival style architecture  

Mission style

1900-1920


Includes
Roycroft style


Illustration:
ScheideMantel House / Roycroft Museum
Arts & Crafts architecture

Gustav Stickley (1858-1942)

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)

George Elmslie
(1871-1952)

Charles Greene (1868-1957)

Charles Rohlfs (1853-1936)
U.S.: Theodore Roosevelt 1901-1909



Architecture: William Morris, (1834-96)

English architecture style: Edwardian 1901-1910

Tudor Revival

1910-1930

Illustration: Saturn Club
Tudor Revival Architecture  

Art Deco style

1925-1940

Illustration:
Old Editions Book Shop and Café
Art Deco style architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959)
U.S.: Calvin Coolidge, President 1923-1929

U.S.: Franklin D. Roosevelt, President 1933-1945

Modern style


Illustration: Wooden rectangular bench supported on tubular-steel rectangular frame and legs - Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Charles Eames
Modern style architecture

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
 

Photos and their arrangement © 2005 Chuck LaChiusa
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