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Furniture in Wood from North America

Wood, Furniture, North America

Works of Art (113)

Armchair (from a set), ca. 1902–3, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), White oak (1972.60.4)
Armchair and matching side chair, ca. 1870–75, Attributed to Pottier & Stymus Manufacturing Company (American), Rosewood, prickly juniper veneer(1970.35.1–2)
Armchair, 1765–75, Attributed to Thomas Affleck (British, active in America), American, Mahogany, white oak (59.154)
Armchair, 1801, Attributed to Samuel McIntire (American), American, Mahogany, birch, white pine (45.105)
Armchair, 1805–12, Charles-Honoré Lannuier (French), New York City, Mahogany (31.44.2)
Armchair, 1868–70, Attributed to John Jelliff (American; firm active Newark, New Jersey), Rosewood, ash, mother-of-pearl (68.133.3)
Armchair, ca. 1768, Attributed to Thomas Affleck (American, born Scotland), Philadelphia, Mahogany and white oak with modern yellow silk upholstery (2007.302a–c)
Armchair, ca. 1775, American, Mahogany, red oak, sweet gum (1984.287)
Armchair, ca. 1855, Attributed to Gustave Herter (American, born Germany; firm active New York City), Walnut (1986.204)
Armchair, ca. 1907–9, Charles Sumner Greene (American) and Henry Mather Greene (American); Made by Peter and John Hall's Workshop, Pasadena, California, Honduras mahogany, ebony, fruitwood, silver, copper, and mother-of-pearl (1992.127)
Banister-back chair, 1715–35, Northeastern coastal Massachusetts or Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Poplar, maple, ash (52.195.8)
Bedstead, 1810–15, Attributed to Thomas Seymour (American), Boston, Mahogany, mahogany veneer, mahoganized maple and white pine, painted and gilded wood (18.110.64)
Box, 1660–85, Attributed to John Thurston (American), Dedham or Medfield, Massachusetts, White oak, red oak, southern yellow pine (10.125.680)
Bureau table, ca. 1765, Attributed to John Townsend (American), Made in New England, Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, chestnut, tulip poplar, white pine (10.125.83)
Cabinet, ca. 1866, Alexander Roux (American, born France; firm active New York City), Rosewood, tulipwood, cherry, poplar, pine (68.100.10
Cabinet, ca. 1874–77, Design attributed to Frank Furness (American); manufactured by Daniel Pabst (American), Philadelphia, Walnut, maple, white pine, glass (1985.116)
Card table, 1760–85, Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple, chestnut, white pine (67.114.1)
Card table, 1760–90, New York, Mahogany, white oak, tulip poplar, white pine (47.35)
Card table, 1810–20, Unidentified Maker, New York City, Mahogany, tulip poplar, brass (31.44.11)
Card table, 1817, Charles-Honoré Lannuier (French), New York City, Mahogany veneer, gilded gesso, vert antique, gilded brass with white pine, yellow poplar (1995.377.1)
Card table, ca. 1786, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple, chestnut, tulip poplar (27.161)
Center table, 1870–75, Attributed to Pottier and Stymus and Company (New York City), Rosewood, walnut, marble (68.207a,b)
Chandelier, 1907–9, Charles Sumner Greene (American) and Henry Mather Greene (American); Made by Emil Lange, Pasadena, California, Mahogany, ebony, and leaded glass (1986.445)
Chest of drawers, 1695–1720, American; New York City or western Long Island, Gumwood, yellow poplar, pine, oak (36.112a,b)
Chest of drawers, 1755–90, Philadelphia, Mahogany, tulip poplar, yellow pine (18.110.6)
Chest of drawers, 1765, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, white pine, chestnut, tulip poplar (27.57.1)
Chest of drawers, ca. 1747, Boston, Maple, white pine (10.125.58)
Chest of drawers, ca. 1762–75, American; Made in Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America, Mahogany, tulip poplar, yellow pine (18.110.4)
Chest with drawers, 1675–1700, Wethersfield, Connecticut, Oak, pine, cedar (66.190.1)
Chest-on-chest, 1760–90, New York, Mahogany, yellow pine, tulip poplar (64.249.3)
Chest-on-Chest, 1772, Thomas Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, chestnut, tulip poplar (2005.52)
Chest, 1663–80, Attributed to William Searle (American) or Thomas Dennis (American), Ipswich, Massachusetts, White oak (10.125.685)
Chest, 1770–80, New England, Mahogany, white pine (2001.644)
Child's chair, ca. 1946, Charles Eames (American); Ray Eames (American); manufactured by Herman Miller Furniture Company, Zeeland, Michigan, Molded plywood (1986.437)
Cupboard, 1670–1700, Plymouth or Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Red oak, eastern white pine, Atlantic white cedar, eastern red cedar, black walnut, maple (50.20.3)
Cylinder desk and bookcase, 1815–20, Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish), New York City, Mahogany, satinwood, tulip poplar, pine (1985.236a,b)
DCW side chair, 1946, Charles Eames (American), Birch plywood, pony skin, rubber mounts (1984.556)
Desk and bookcase, 1760–90, Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, chestnut, white pine, yellow pine, tulip poplar (15.21.2)
Desk and bookcase, ca. 1779, Workshop of Nathaniel Gould (American), Salem, Massachusetts, Mahogany, white pine (10.125.81a)
Desk-on-frame, 1690–1720, American; New York City or vicinity, Sweet gum, possibly mahogany veneer, yellow poplar (44.47)
Desk, 1700–1730, Boston, Massachusetts, Eastern white pine, poplar, black walnut, ash (10.125.75)
Desk, ca. 1877, Kimbel & Cabus (New York City), Oak, nickel-plated brass and iron hardware (2000.58)
Dressing table, 1740–50, Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany (1994.449)
Drop-leaf dining table, 1756, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, maple (L.2001.53.1)
Drop-leaf Pembroke table, 1790–1800, John Townsend (American), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, satinwood, chestnut (1980.293)
Easy chair, 1715–30, Boston, Massachusetts, Maple, oak, black tupelo (50.228.1)
Easy chair, 1758, Caleb Gardner (American), American; Newport, Rhode Island, Walnut, maple (50.228.3)
Easy chair, 1790–1800, Philadelphia, Mahogany with white pine (1993.31)
Easy chair, 1810–15, Massachusetts, Mahogany (31.53.3)
Firescreen, 1771, Attributed to Thomas Affleck (British, active in America), American; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mahogany (49.51a,b)
Great Hall of Van Rensselaer Manor House, Albany, New York, 1765–69 (28.143)
High chest of drawers, 1700–1730, Boston, Massachusetts, Black walnut, poplar, maple, hickory, eastern white pine (52.195.2a,b)
High chest of drawers, 1730–50, Boston, Walnut, walnut veneer, white pine (10.125.62)
"Java" armchair, ca. 1930, Ilonka Karasz (American, born Hungary), Teak wood (1983.228.5)
Joined armchair, 1650–1700, Essex County, Massachusetts, Oak (1995.98)
Kast, 1650–1700, American; New York City or vicinity, Painted white oak, red oak (1988.21)
Kast, 1690–1720, American; New York City or vicinity, Painted yellow poplar, red oak, white pine (09.175)
Library table, 1904, William Lightfoot Price (American), Rose Valley, Pennsylvania, White oak, stained (1991.145)
Library table, ca. 1906, Gustav Stickley (American); Craftsman Workshops, Syracuse, New York, Oak, leather (1976.389.1)
Linen press, ca. 1904, Edna M. Walker (American), Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts Colony, Woodstock, New York, Oak, tulip poplar, brass (1991.311.1)
Looking glass, 1800–1820, New York City, Gilt gesso, pine, wire, églomisé tablet (50.145.358)
Looking glass, ca. 1775, American, Pine (1990.18)
Meridienne (Couch), 1837, Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish), New York City, Mahogany, pine, ash (66.221.1)
Music stand, 1962, Wharton Esherick (American), Designer, Cherry wood (1979.320)
New York Dutch Room, Bethlehem, New York, 1751 (NYDR.2003.1)
Oval table with falling leaves, 1715–40, Rhode Island, Maple, eastern white pine (10.125.133)
Pair of drop-leaf dining tables, 1795–1810, Baltimore, Mahogany, holly with yellow poplar, white pine, sycamore (19.13.1,.2)
Paneling from Marmion, the Fitzhugh House, ca. 1758; painting ca. 1770-80, King George County, Virginia (16.112)
Parlor from the William C. Williams House, 1810–11, Richmond, Virginia, Mahogany and marble (68.137)
Pier table, 1815–19, Charles-Honoré Lannuier (French), New York City, Rosewood, white pine, ash, marble, lead, brass (53.181a,b)
Print table, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Manufactured by William E. Nemmers, White oak (1972.60.8a,b)
"Queen Anne" side chair, 1984, Robert Venturi (American); Manufacturer: Knoll International, Inc., Molded plywood and laminated finish (1985.113.1)
Revolving armchair, ca. 1904, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Steel, wood (1979.130)
Room from the Hart House, 1680, Ipswich, Massachusetts (36.127)
Room from the Hewlett House, ca. 1740–60, Woodbury, New York (10.183)
Room from the Powel House, 1765–66; remodeled 1769–71, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (18.87.1-.4)
Secretary bookcase, 1795–1805, Philadelphia, Mahogany, mahogany and satinwood veneers, holly stringing and inlay, white pine, yellow pine, tulip poplar, and cedar (67.203)
Settee, 1760–90, American, Mahogany, maple, cedar, birch, white pine (30.120.59)
Settee, ca. 1876–85, George Hunzinger (American; firm active New York City), Ebonized cherry, fabric-covered steel mesh (1992.269)
Sewing table, 1843, Made by James X. Smith (American), New Lebanon, New York, Cherry, butternut, pine, basswood, sycamore, maple (66.10.18)
Side chair, 1690–1720, American; New York City or vicinity, Cherry (1997.68)
Side chair, 1730–90, New England, Walnut, cherry (46.192.2)
Side chair, 1740–60, Philadelphia, Walnut, yellow pine (62.171.21)
Side chair, 1765–75, New York, Mahogany, sweet gum (57.158.1)
Side chair, 1790–1800, Hartford, Connecticut, Mahogany, chestnut, poplar (1982.223)
Side chair, 1794–99, Attributed to Samuel McIntire (American), Made in New England, Salem, Massachusetts, America, Mahogany, ebony, ash, birch, white pine (62.16)
Side chair, 1815–20, Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish), New York City

Mahogany, ash, tulip poplar (65.188.2)
Side chair, 1901–2, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Oak (1978.189)
Side chair, ca. 1770, Attributed to Thomas Affleck (British, active in America), American; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mahogany, northern white cedar (1974.325)
Side chair, ca. 1810, Attributed to the Workshop of Duncan Phyfe (American), New York City, Mahogany, gilded brass with yellow poplar, cherry, ash (60.4.4)
Side chair, ca. 1830, Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish), New York City, Rosewood, ash (68.202.1)
Side chair, ca. 1857, Designer: Alexander J. Davis (American); Manufacturer: Probably Burns and Brother (New York City), Walnut (replacement upholstery) (1995.111)
Side chair, ca. 1870, Attributed to Pottier and Stymus and Company (New York City), Walnut, mahogany, rosewood, cedar (1983.68)
Side chair, ca. 1904, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Oak (1981.437)
Side chairs, 1765–90, American, Mahogany, maple, white pine (39.88.1,2)
Sideboard, ca. 1795–1805, Philadelphia or Baltimore, Mahogany, satinwood, silver, copper, verre églomisé with yellow poplar, white pine, mahogany (45.77)
Sideboard, ca. 1853–57, Alexander Roux (American, born France), Black walnut, pine (1993.168)
Slipper chair, 1850–60, John H. Belter (American, born Germany; firm active New York City), Rosewood, ash (51.79.9)
Small cabinet, 1679, Attributed to the Symonds shop tradition, Salem, Massachusetts, Red oak, white pine, black walnut, red cedar, maple (10.125.168)
Sofa, 1800, Attributed to Samuel McIntire (American), American, Mahogany, birch, white pine (46.171.1a,b)
Sofa, 1850–60, John H. Belter (American, born Germany), American; New York City, Rosewood (1999.396)
Sofa, ca. 1898, Ernest F. Hagen (German), New York City, Mahogany, cane (61.254)
Spindle-back armchair, 1640–80, Boston or Charlestown, Massachusetts, Ash (51.12.2)
Table, 1912–15, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), White oak (1972.60.3)
Table, ca. 1850–60, American, probably New York City, Walnut, marble (1986.78)
Table, ca. 1940, Made by Frank Lloyd Wright (American), Cypress plycore, cypress veneer (1981.438.2)
Tall clock, 1789, John Townsend (American) and William Tomlinson (British), Newport, Rhode Island, Mahogany, chestnut, tulip poplar, maple (27.57.2)
Tall clock, ca. 1900, Charles Rohlfs (American), Oak, copper (1985.261)
Tea table, 1765–75, Philadelphia, Mahogany (25.115.31)
Turned armchair, 1665–90, New York City or vicinity, Ash (41.111)
Woodwork from the Ballroom at Gadsby's Tavern, 1792–93, Alexandria, Virginia (17.116.1-5)
Woodwork of a Room from the Colden House, 1767, Coldenham, New York (40.127)
Writing table, 1760–85, American, Mahogany, sweet gum, yellow pine, white cedar (32.125.1)