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The American craftsman and the European tradition, 1620-1820 / edited by Francis J. Puig and Michael Conforti.

Collection Type
Carnegie Institute.
Conforti, Michael.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Puig, Francis J.
Hanover, N.H. : Distributed by the University Press of New England
Minneapolis, Minn. : Minneapolis Institute of Arts ;
"To the good of the province and country" : Henry William Stiegel and American Flint Glass / Arlene Palmer -- The American China / Graham Hood -- Baltimore Federal Furniture : in the English tradition / Gregory R. Weidman.
Introduction : the transfer and adaptation of European culture in North America / Michael Conforti -- A historical perspective on early American artisans / Gary B. Nash -- The European tradition and the shaping of the American artisan / Barbara McLean Ward -- The Symonds shops of Essex County, Massachusetts / Robert F. Trent -- The Anthony Hay shop and the English tradition / Wallace B. Gusler -- The Edwards family and the silversmithing trade in Boston, 1692-1762 / Barbara McLean Ward -- Philadelphia furniture, 1760-90 : native-born and London-trained craftsmen / Morrison H. Heckscher -- The Colchester School of Cabinetmaking, 1750-1800 / Robert F. Trent -- The Dutch and English traditions in American silver : Cornelius Kierstede / Gerald W.R. Ward -- The early furniture of the Mississippi River Valley, 1760-1820 / Francis J. Puig -- New Mexican furniture and its Spanish and Mexican prototypes / Donna L. Pierce.
xxi, 295 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Produced in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, September 23-December 31, 1989, and the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, April 14-June 10, 1990.
Rodris Roth Library (copy 3).
0912964375 (paper)
0912964383 (cloth)
Call Number
Coll. NK806.A46 1989
Coll. NK806.A46 1989 c.2
Roth/Coll. NK806.A46 1989 c.3
Descriptive terms
Decorative arts European influences Exhibitions.
Decorative arts History Exhibitions. 18th century
Decorative arts History Exhibitions. 19th century
Decorative arts, Colonial Exhibitions.
United States