HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN PLATES

HID II

This was a lecture class led by IDr. Lilia De Jesus, PhD. We learned about different period styles starting from the French Baroque (which isn’t shown because I lost some of my plates) to Postmodern art and architecture. The palettes on the right side were individually mixed using a standardized formula which was distributed to the class. We studied and researched about different mouldings, ornaments, furnitures and designers from the stated periods. This is one of the most interesting classes I’ve taken.

ROCOCO – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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REGENCY – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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NEOCLASSIC (le petit trianon, versailles) – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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AMERICAN COLONIAL (witch house, salem, mass.) – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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AMERICAN FEDERAL – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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HEPPLEWHITE – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015

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QUEEN ANNE – watercolor + ink – 9″ x 12″ canson xl watercolor paper (300gsm) – 2015


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