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Empire and Neo-Louis Style
Important Styles beside the Empire and Neo-Louis Style.
The Empire Style
The Furniture of the Napoleonic Era.
Furniture which Revived the Louis Syles.
Furniture at the End of the 19th Century.
Furniture Styles Influenced by other Cultures.
Furniture in Gothic Style
Furniture of the Lower and Middle Class.
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Title: "The History of Furniture"
Author: Ian Grant (et al.)
Note: extensive overview of the history of furniture from ancient times until
the 20th century, more than 20 pages abaout french 19th century furniture
Title: "Meubles Et Ensembles Alsaciens"
Author: Hans Haug
Publisher: Editions Charles Massin, Paris
Note: French book about lower/middle class furniture in Alsac (French province),
many images of 19th century furniture.
Title: "French and English Furniture"
Author: Esther Singelton
Publisher: McClure Phillips & Co
Note: Very old book (published 1903) about distinctive styles in France and
England (sort of "How to furnish my room in Empire style" <-- not very scientific)
Title: "An historical guide to French interiors"
Author: Thomas Arthur Strange
Publisher: McCorquodale, New York
Note: French interiors, furniture, decoration, woodwork & allied arts, during
the last half of the seventeenth century, the whole of the eighteenth century,
and the earlier part of the nineteenth.