Oak Chest by E Barnsley

Designed and made by Ernest Barnsley in the Pinbury workshop.

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Art work details

Year of production :
1896-1900
Category:
Other Pieces
Dimensions :
H. 63cm; W. 138.5cm; D. 53cm
Credit Line :
Purchased in 1963.

The frame of the top is boldly chamfered and the chamfering is continued down the ends of the chest. The handles at each end resemble the stays of a farm wagon.

This piece of furniture illustrates the close-knit relationship between Gimson and the Barnsleys in the Pinbury period. The design of the chest is very similar to Sidney Barnsley's chest of 1896, the ends of which are shown in the photograph of the Pinbury workshop.

Shown in these images on display at Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House on Lake Windermere.