Definitions for "Hepplewhite"
The style period from 1780-1795. His Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer's Guide, published in 1788, was widely influential.
A neo-classic furniture style with tapered legs and classical ornamentation such as shields
George Hepplewhite (died 1786); disciple of the Classical vogue inspired by Adam; designer and cabinet-maker. His 'Cabinet-maker and Upholsterer's Guide' was published in 1788, resulting in posthumous fame.
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