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History of Interior Design: Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo

ormolu
metal mounts/attachments often guilded
gilding
painting or coating in gold
majolica
19th century Italian earthenware modeled in naturalistic shapes and glazed in lively colors
relief
term used to describe the depth of carving, often defined as low or heavy
strapwork
simulation of leather straps
turning
wood spun on a lathe to form rounded or spiral forms
chinoserie
decoration with an “oriental” theme
marquetry
inlaying various wood species to create images or patterns on furniture
romayne work
rondel with face in profile
pietra dura
colored stone/marble inlayed into marble
parquetry
wood placed in a geometric floor pattern
wrought iron
bent or twisted metal strips
boulle work
tortoiseshell and brass inlay
King Louis XIII
French Renaissance
Henry VIII
English Renaissance
Louis XV
French Rococo
Louis XIV
French Baroque
William and Mary
English Baroque
Queen Anne
English Baroque
George I
English Rococo
Elizabeth I
English Renaissance
Francois I
French Renaissance
King James I
English Baroque
rebirth
what is the meaning of the word Renaissance?
14th century Florence
Where did the Renaissance occur in Italy?
humanism
what was the inspiration of the Renaissance
Renaissance theory of beauty
perfect human proportion, classical proportion, man is gods highest creation
Marquetry, chinoserie, turning, pietra dura
new techniques to decorate funiture
Changes Frances is making coming out of Gothic period
emphasis on horizontals, lighter scale, Gothic forms with renaissance details
Why does it take England so long to catch onto the Renaissance style?
geography, longer travel, trade more with neighbors, blend of Gothic and renaissance
What factors influenced the spread of the Renaissance style to England
Printing press, books, pictures, expanded trade, Henry the 8th
Symmetry, classical purity, Leonardo Divinci’s vatruvian man
concepts behind Palladian architecture design principals
Opulance, harmony through unity of parts, drama
overall goal of design in the Baroque period
Where and whom does Baroque period start
church leaders (pope) Rome Italy, aids funds towards design
Major visual design characteristics of baroque
curves, diagonals, movement, light to dark, drama
How do interiors change from Renaissance to baroque?
from square to oval, unusual space shapes , wings off of center, more open plan
What changes is France making from baroque to rococo
asymmetrical, thinner/light weight, more casual, lighter in color (pastels) less ornamentation
refectory table
refectory table
gateleg table
gateleg table
trestle table
trestle table
console table
console table
commode
commode
bureau
bureau
nonesuch
nonesuch
cassone
chest
cabinet on stand
cabinet on stand
tester bed
tester bed
highboy
highboy
armoire
armoire
canape
canape
sedia
sedia
casapanca
casapanca
dante chair
dante chair
wainscot chair
wainscot chair
caquetoire chair
caquetoire chair
fauteuil chair
open arm chair with wooden frame
savonarola chair
savonarola chair
bergere chair
bergere chair
sgabello chair
sgabello chair
ball and claw foot
ball and claw foot
newel post
newel post
broken pediment
broken pediment
half-timber with wattle and daub
half-timber with wattle and daub
C and S scrolls
baldachin
baldachin
voussoir
voussoir
cabriole
cabriole
balusrade
balusrade
baroque X stretcher
baroque X stretcher
renaissance box stretcher
renaissance box stretcher
H stretcher
H stretcher
heavy paw foot
heavy paw foot
whorl foot
whorl foot
pad foot
pad foot
bun foot
bun foot
cup and cover
type of table leg looks like a cup with cover
escutcheon
escutcheon
meandering ribbons
romanye work
ornamentation of furniture with carved medallions
cabochon
cabochon
putti
putti
enfilade
enfilade
tudor arch
tudor arch
toile de jouy fabric
toile de jouy fabric
damask fabric
damask fabric
aedicule
aedicule
spiral turning
spiral wood on chair arm or leg
pedestal
pedestal
dormer
dormer
quoin
quoin
lantern
lantern
mansart roof
mansart roof
fenestration
fenestration
artful holes in building for light
port cochere
port cochere
cartouche
cartouche
decorative oval
pavilion
pavilion
cupola
cupola
sun king emblem
sun king emblem

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History of Interior Design: Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo
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