Chippendale, Thomas

 (c. 1718–1779) English furniture designer and manufacturer.

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  • Chippendale,Thomas — Chippendale, Thomas. 1718 1779. British cabinetmaker noted for his graceful neoclassical furniture, particularly chairs, which had wide influence on his contemporary artisans. * * * …   Universalium

  • Chippendale, Thomas — (baptized June 5, 1718, Otley, Eng. died November 1779, London) English cabinetmaker. Little is known of his life before 1753, when he opened a showroom and workshop in London. In 1754 he published The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker s Director, a… …   Universalium

  • Chippendale, Thomas — SUBJECT AREA: Domestic appliances and interiors [br] baptized 5 June 1718 Otley, Yorkshire, England d. 13 November 1779 London, England [br] English cabinet maker who published the first comprehensive book of furniture. [br] Thomas Chippendale… …   Biographical history of technology

  • Chippendale, Thomas, II — ▪ British cabinetmaker born c. 1749 died 1822       son of the cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale, who succeeded his father as head of the family workshop.       Until the retirement of Thomas Haig in 1796, the firm traded under the title… …   Universalium

  • Chippendale, Thomas — ► (1718 79) Ebanista británico. Sus trabajos han dado nombre a un estilo de muebles mundialmente difundido. Autor de Guía del caballero y del ebanista (1754), que señaló las características del estilo chippendale. * * * (bautizado el 5 jun. 1718 …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • CHIPPENDALE, THOMAS —    a cabinet maker, born in Worcestershire; famous in the last century for the quality and style of his workmanship; his work still much in request …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Thomas Chippendale — Una silla estilo Chippendale con un elaborado respaldo en «lazada». Nacimiento ca 5 de junio de 1718 Otley, West Yorkshire …   Wikipedia Español

  • chippendale — [ ʃipɛndal ] adj. inv. • 1922; de T. Chippendale, ébéniste angl. ♦ Didact. Qui appartient à un style de mobilier anglais du XVIIIe s. Des commodes chippendale. N. m. inv. Se meubler en chippendale. Chippendale (Thomas) (v. 1718 1779) ébéniste… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • CHIPPENDALE (T.) — CHIPPENDALE THOMAS (1718 env. 1779) On a peu de données précises sur la vie de Chippendale. On sait seulement qu’il naquit dans le Yorkshire et que son père, menuisier ébéniste, s’installa à Londres dès 1727. Il est ainsi baigné très jeune dans… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Thomas — Thomas, Albert Thomas, André Antoine Thomas, Ch. L. Ambroise Thomas, Dylan Thomas, Sidney Gilchrist Thomas, Theodore * * * (as used in expressions) Adès, Thomas …   Enciclopedia Universal

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