This interesting magazine article was removed from the April, 1877 issue of "Harper's New Monthly Magazine." The article is 23 pages in length and has 21 illustrations.
The dimensions of each page of this magazine article are 6 1/2" X 9 1/2".
This is an antique magazine article.
The item you are viewing is an antique magazine article, carefully removed from an antique magazine and placed in a clear, protective plastic sleeve.
This article is COMPLETE and ORIGINAL. It is not a reproduction or copy. I have scanned many (but not all) of the article's pages, including illustrations and text.
Please scroll down to the bottom of this eBay listing to see some of the images of this antique Furniture and its Decoration in the Renaissance magazine article. If you click on any image, you will see an enlarged version.
THIS ARTICLE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ILLUSTRATIONS:
Italian Tapestry - Return of the Prodigal Son: Sixteenth Century. Italian Sofa: Same Period
French Table of the Renaissance
Italian Oak Chair: Henri II. Walnut Credence: Louis XII. French and Flemish Pottery
State Chair of Oak: Louis XII. French Chair of Seventeenth Century
Pompeian Table: Sixteenth Century
Flemish Chair: 1680. Oak Credence: Francis I. Screen in Flemish Tapestry
Walnut Armoire on Italian Pedestal: Sixteenth Century. Screen in Tapestry: Louis XIV
Armoire, Inlaid with Marble and Colored Wood: Francis I. Walnut Chair: Italian, Seventeenth Century. Bust in White Faience: Rouen
Walnut Cabinet: Henri II. Alabaster Medallion - Head of Amazon: Italian, Sixteenth Century. Carved Oak Chair: Henri IV. Faience Vase: Moustier
Italian Oak Pedestal
Italian Ebony Cabinet, Inlaid with Ivory, The Carvings Illustrating The Story of "Jerusalem Delivered:" Sixteenth Century. Venetian Chair.
Frescoes Executed under the Direction of Raphael
Gobelin Tapestry: Louis XIV. Italian Bronze Andirons: Sixteenth Century. Couvre-Feu: Seventeenth Century. Italian Bellows: Sixteenth Century
Oak Bedstead (Louis XIII), with Hangings of Flemish Tapestry: Brussels, 1530-40
Walnut Sofa: Italian, Sixteenth Century. Flemish Arquebuse, Ivory Powder-Horns, etc. Italian Plate and Palissy Vase
Ebony Cabinet; Child's Walnut Chair; Oak Easel: Louis XIII. Sconce with Copper and Gold Chasing: Italian, Sixteenth Century
Chest in Carved Oak, Inlaid with Colored Wood: Norman Work, 1550. Flemish Pottery: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Marble Bust of The Virgin, by Jacques Sarazin, for Cardinal Aldobrandini: Seventeenth Century. Venetian Chair: Sixteenth Century
Flemish Chair: End of Fifteenth Century
Pompeian Drawing Room