Antiques & Collecting Magazine. June 2000, Vol. 105 Issue 4, p28, 5 p.
Art, Rococo -- History and Furniture, Rococo -- Collections and collecting
It is likely that the emergence of American Rococo was fuelled by the arrival in the mid-18th century of artisan emigres familiar with rococo carving techniques. Rococo styling was found on furniture, glass, porcelain, metalwork and ephemera.
The New York Times. July 17, 1983, Vol. 132, pH24, N p. photograph
Sotheby Parke Bernet Group PLC -- Marketing, Christie Lithograph and Printing Co. -- Marketing, Johnson, Barbara Piasecka -- Purchasing, Antiques in interior decoration -- Marketing, Art, French -- Marketing, and Furniture, Rococo -- Marketing
New York Times. 12/8/2017, Vol. 167 Issue 57805, pC25-C25. 1p. 4 Color Photographs.
DIGITAL printing -- Exhibitions, ROCOCO furniture, and EXHIBITIONS
The article reviews the exhibition "Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age" at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in Manhattan, New York City from December 2017-January 15, 2018, which features digital printing in ceramics, bone chair, and Rococo tables.
Reviews the book 'The Furniture of John Henry Belter and the Rococo Revival: An Inquiry Into Nineteenth-Century Furniture Design Through a Study of the Gloria and Richard Manney Collection,' by Marvin D. Schwartz, with a foreword by Gloria Manney and photographs by Edward J. Stanek and Douglas K. True.