Arredi artistici e mobilieri. Una rassegna come contributo allo studio dell'abitare a Palermo tra la fine del XVIII e la prima metà del XIX secolo

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[automatically translated] The text, results of research funded by the University of Palermo, aimed to clarify and substantiate the ways in which it changed the production of artistic furniture in Palermo horse abolition of the workers, and in particular that of carpenters. It is thus the continuation of the study undertaken previously on the foundation and organization of the aforementioned mastery. Here we have tried to highlight how individual specializations, then identified, could evolve compared to new demands of the customer and consequently of those commercial. This has verified the persistence of precise permanence of specialties in the early decades the 800 with a prominent role for those who had been trained as "scrittoriari" and carvers. THE' advancing the new Empire style with the use of mahogany takes shape also in Palermo as well as the formation of the first shops-shops furnishings. The study also tried to locate a large number of furniture makers whose names were most entirely forgotten through consultation and discussion of original sources and archival research. Thus the lines of the text have highlighted names, unpublished design drawings for furniture in the first half of 800, and the trend of production lines in a field today in Sicily is still largely unexplored. The study also tried to locate a large number of furniture makers whose names were most entirely forgotten through consultation and discussion of original sources and archival research. Thus the lines of the text have highlighted names, unpublished design drawings for furniture in the first half of 800, and the trend of production lines in a field today in Sicily is still largely unexplored. The study also tried to locate a large number of furniture makers whose names were most entirely forgotten through consultation and discussion of original sources and archival research. Thus the lines of the text have highlighted names, unpublished design drawings for furniture in the first half of 800, and the trend of production lines in a field today in Sicily is still largely unexplored.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationAbitare l'Arte in Sicilia. Esperienze in Età Moderna e Contemporanea
Pages61-82
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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