Furniture Thomas Hope's Deepdene Boudoir with Table
Thomas Hope's Deepdene Boudoir with Table
Here we see the bedroom at Deepdene, Thomas Hope's (1769-1831) mansion, showing a table designed by this fascinating Regency adventurer. Our table, influenced by Hope's designs, is illustrated to the left, along with a portrait of the man himself. Thomas Hope's designs for interirs and furnishings were expressed in his own home, and imitated by fashionable society. The designs are strongly based on ancient Greek and Roman forms and decoration. Regrettably, Deepdene was demolished in 1969. A fabulous pair of armchairs and sofa from Deepdene are in the collection of Sydney's Powerhouse Museum. Amazingly, they were already in Tasmania in the 1920s!
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