Transitional period in French furniture design between Louis XIV and the Rococo style developed by Louis XV. Named for the time frame in France from 1715 to 1728 when Philip, Duke of Orleans, reigned. Characteristics are graceful curves, the cabriole leg, and ornamentation copied from nature rather than mythology. Bright veneers of rosewood and satinwood were widely used.
Neoclassical style of British furniture that was popular during the first four decades of the 19th century. It is named for the Prince of Wales, who, as regent, stepped in to rule from 1811 to 1820 because his father, King George III, went insane. It spawned adaptations and faithful reproductions of Greek and Roman furniture, such as the saber-legged Klismos chair, and coincided with Directoire and Empire styles in France.
A term used to describe that period of furniture-making between about 1800 and 1840. In fact, the Regency began in 1811 and ended in 1820 with the death of George III the Prince Regent succeeded him as George IV and was in turn succeeded by William IV in 1830.
Period named for the regency of George IV, Prince of Wales (about 1793-1820). The English coincident of the French Directoire and Empire styles, this period (1793-1830) reflected the general European interest in antiquity and renewed use of classical forms and rich ornamentation. The small-scaled, well-proportioned furniture combined curves and straight lines.
Britain Regency period from 1811-1820, furniture style from 1800-1830. Rather heavy furniture with a neo-classic influence, with dark exotic woods like rosewood and veneers set off by ormolu mounts and grilles for doors.
Neoclassical style of British furniture popular during the first half of the 1800's. This style spawned adaptations and true reproductions of Greek and Roman furniture and coincided with Directoire and Empire furniture styles in France.
The period 1811-1820 during which George, Prince of Wales, later George IV of England, was Regent. Pertaining to the style of furnishings and decoration of the British Regency somewhat similar to the French Directoire & Empire styles and characterised by close imitation of ancient Greek forms and looser adaptations of ancient Roman, Gothic, Chinese & Egyptian forms, the progress being from simplicity & elegance to lavishness & coarseness.
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Strictly speaking from 1811-1820 following the Regency Act 1811 when George III's eldest son, George, Prince of Wales, became George, Prince Regent and ruled in the King's place. Regency is often used to losely describe the style in British fashion and design from the 1790's to 1837 when Victoria took the thrown.
Pertaining to the style of architecture, furnishings and decoration of the British Regency, somewhat similar to the French Directiore and Empire styles and characterized by close imitation of ancient Greek forms as well as by less frequent and looser adaptations of ancient Roman, Gothic, Chinese, and ancient Egyptian forms.
English period, roughly 1793-1820, during part of which George, Prince of Wales, late George IV, acted as Regent. Furniture style is marked by declining classic influence of Pompeiian studies, and increasing use of Roman, Egyptian, and earlier Greek Styles. It coincides with the Directoire and Empire styles.
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A regency (Indonesian: kabupaten) is a political subdivision of a province in Indonesia. The Indonesian term kabupaten is also sometimes translated as 'district' or 'municipality'. Regencies are divided into subdistricts.