Gothic Revival Armchair

Gothic Revival Armchair

1840-1860
Country
United States
Style/Tradition
Gothic Revival
armchair
Walnut and reproduction needlepoint upholstery
Funds from the DAM Yankees
1990.192

Gothic Revival Armchair, American, about 1840–60. Walnut and reproduction needlepoint upholstery; 49 1/8 x 22 1/4 x 20 1/4 in. Denver Art Museum: Funds from the DAM Yankees, 1990.192.

Dimensions
height: 49.125 in, 124.7775 cm; width: 22.25 in, 56.5150 cm; depth: 20.25 in, 51.4350 cm
Department
Architecture and Design
Collection
Architecture and Design
Known Provenance
Originally owned by Mr. and Mrs. John M. Huiskamp, St. Louis. Inherited and brought 1928 to the Pikes Peak region by Mr. and Mrs. J. Don Alexander. Sold at auction in 1971. Purchased 1972 in Black Hawk, Colorado by the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center; purchased 30 November 1990 from (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center), Colorado Springs by the Denver Art Museum.