Frances Elkins interior design by Stephen M. Salny

Cover of: Frances Elkins | Stephen M. Salny

Published by W.W. Norton & Co. in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Elkins, Frances, -- 1888-1953,
  • Interior decoration -- United States -- History -- 20th century

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 203) and index.

Book details

StatementStephen M. Salny ; foreword by Albert Hadley.
ContributionsElkins, Frances, 1888-1953.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK2004.3.E54 A4 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination208 p. :
Number of Pages208
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23239828M
ISBN 100393731464
LC Control Number2004063597

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Stephen M. Salny, the author of Frances Elkins: Interior Design, is not a typical design historian, however. His first work in this field— The Country Houses of David Adler (W.W. Norton & Company, )—was the result of a lifelong passion acquired as a student rather than one project in a series of others undertaken by a ‘full-time Cited by: 1.

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Salny’s book on the work of Frances Elkins in was followed by a wave of contemporary reissues. Today, a quality chair in this style costs upwards of $ and comes in different finishes / seat cushions while the classic paint finish was white lacquer with an upholstered seat in a solid color (Elkins favored.

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was previously married to a John Scaggs and had the maiden name Elkins. Many of these researchers believe that this Ruth Elkins Scaggs Bishop was the daughter of a Ralph Elkins and Frances Brown who lived in Halifax County, Virginia prior to the formation of Author: Mister Ed.

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Elkins was born June 1, in Harvey, Illinois to Melvin and Mary (Kelling) Neese. Seh grew up in Oroville, CA. She graduated from Oroville High School in l On Ap in Oroville, Ca she married Lewis Elkins.

They moved to Wemme, Oregon in from Yerington, Nevada. In they moved to Grants Pass, Oregon. Lewis died in Born: By Frances Ellen Watkins Harper.

Very soon the Yankee teachers. Came down and set up school; But, oh. how the Rebs did hate it,— It was agin’ their rule. Our masters always tried to hide.

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Norton & Company, pp., b&w and col. illus., Cloth. ISBN: 0 4. The year saw the publication of a surprisingly large number of books focusing on a hitherto marginalized fi gure within the history of modern design: the twentieth-century interior decorator.

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Frances Bevis, 84 of Florence, AL passed away on Tuesday, Decem She was a member of Jackson Heights Church of Christ. Some of her loves were spending precious time with her children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren. She also loved sending cards for her Sunday school class for Frances was born on J and passed away on Saturday, Ap Frances was a resident of Forest Park, Illinois.

Lee, Sr. married Frances Elkins who was born Januand died Janu They were married on October 6,by Kemper Stafford (Frances and Zelphia Elkins were sisters, who married brothers: Lee, Sr.

and Scott Ellis.) [Note inserted by Vanessa: Kemper Stafford was a brother of Martha Cosby Stafford Elkins, Frances and.

#1 Ralph Elkins with wife Frances & son Nathaniel Halifax Co #2 Ralph Elkins of the improvements & the one being sued, probably one and the same. Pittsylvania" #3 Ralph Elkins that bought acres in Pittsylvania County. Prince William County Will Book, B-PNov.

3rd. English style canopy bed designed by Frances Elkins for Evelyn Marshall Field's Syosset NY home, which was a joint project by Elkins and Syrie Maugham. This dramatically carved bed features posts emulating ribbon bound bamboo stalks surmounted by a pierced canopy, terminating in "root ball" feet.

ELKINS, ROBERT E Elkins, Robert E age 83 passed away Sunday May 8, He was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years Mary Frances Elkins and daughter Linda. He is survived by son Mark (Connie) Elkins, and daughter Teresa (Harvey) Payne.

Grandchildren Chad Elkins, Lauren, Blake Payne and Chris, Todd Easter. This is how author Kimberly Elkins starts off her rave review of Frances's latest book, the sequel to Deafening, entitled Tell, in a recent New York Times Book Review.

Tell is told with Frances's signature power and grace, it is both a deeply moving story about the burdens of the past and a beautifully rendered reminder of how the secrets we Author: Jon Mayes.

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If you read any of them, chances are you have seen the so-called Frances Elkins or loop chair many times in the last few years. 1 Venerable decorators such as Albert Hadley and Richard Keith Langham have featured it, and so have younger stars such as Celerie Kemble (see Fig.

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