European and British Decorative Art to 1700

Before 1700, British and European Decorative Art was largely influenced by the 16th- and 17th-century Baroque style, characterized by an opulent and grandiose aesthetic. The dramatic movement and emotional exuberance of the era was also prevalent in design and decoration.

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Articulated Mannequin, German, 17th century
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Leonhard Danner
Magnificent Combined Tool, Nuremberg
circa 1560
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Group of Enamelled Vessels from the Renaissance and Baroque, German, 16th-17th
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Jodocus Hondius the Younger
[Terrestial globe]. Sculpebat magnoque studio componebat Abrahamus Goos Amstelodamensis. With: (2) Sphaera nova, summo studio summaq[ue] diligentia atq[ue] industria … Adriani Metii …
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Console marble table: commesso of geometric inlay in hardstone, mother of pearl, polychrome marble Nero Portoro, Rosso Antico, Giallo Antico and Verde Antico faux-drapery skirting; Architectonic-style central leg
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Gerard van Opstal
Bust of Alexander the Great
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Crucifix by Domenico Bissoni (before 1574-1637 Genoa)
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Nicholas Stone
A Greyhound
1625-1650
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Johannes Blaeu
Le Grand Atlas, ou Cosmographie blaviane, en laquelle est exactement descritte la terre, la mer, et le ciel
1663
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Louis XIV Miniature Tête de Poupée
1680
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Cover or a Mirror Box
1400-1425
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Johannes Lutma the Elder
Medal on the treaty of Münster
1647-1648
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