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The American Porch II: Painted Furniture for Garden Rooms, Porches, and Lawns, 1790-1825
Homewood Museum
Baltimore, MD
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The American Porch II: Painted Furniture for Garden Rooms, Porches, and Lawns, 1790-1825
As a new style of architecture emerged following the Revolution, a prominent feature in sophisticated houses was an oval or octagonal room that opened onto a porch or terraced lawns. Coinciding with this development was the production of suites of painted furniture that could be easily moved outside in order to view a garden or take in the summer breezes. Join Wendy Cooper, Lois F. and Henry S. McNeil Senior Curator of Furniture at Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, as she explores a variety of notable houses from Massachusetts to South Carolina that embraced this new architectural fashion and furnishing craze. This is the second in a three-part lecture series on the history and cultural significance of the porch in America, organized by Johns Hopkins' Homewood Museum for the 2010 Baltimore Architecture Week.



Homewood Museum
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
United States

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Wheelchair Accessible: No


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