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Philadelphia Furniture Takes Center Stage

Solid joinery and turning, elaborate rococo carving, and handsome woods are hallmarks of the finest early American furniture from Philadelphia. In collaboration with the Center for American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Winterthur’s annual Sewell C. Biggs Furniture … Continue reading

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Mount Pleasant: Discovery of 18th-Century Painted Wood Graining

As a decorative and historic finishes major at Winterthur, I work on a wide variety of projects ranging from architecture to painted furniture. I spent my third-year internship in the Furniture and Woodwork Conservation Lab of the Philadelphia Museum of … Continue reading

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