Baarsen (Reinier Jan), born 1956; Johnston (Philip M.); Jackson-Stops (Gervase), 1947-1995; Dee (Elaine Evans)
Cooper-Hewitt Museum (New York)

Courts and colonies : the William and Mary style in Holland, England and America (catalogue of an exhibition held at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, New York, November 1988-February 1989; also shown at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh)

Seattle & London, University of Washington Press, 1988
(28 cm), 249 (3) pp., illustrations (some in colour). 230 catalogue entries. Publisher’s pictorial wrappers. - Exhibition celebrating the tercentenary of the English Revolution with a display of contemporary American and European decorative arts, paintings and graphic arts. Much of the exhibition focuses on Daniel Marot (c. 1663-1752), a Huguenot who served as court designer for William and Mary. Essays by Reinier Baarsen (The Court Style in Holland), Gervase Jackson-Stops (The Court Style in Britain), Phillip M. Johnston (The William and Mary Style in America), Elaine Evans Dee (Printed Sources for the William and Mary Style). ¶ Good, unmarked copy.
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