The Low Countries, now Holland and Belgium, shared the homogeneity of Gothic art. Flanders, as an entity, produced only slight variations from the typical oak styles. In the 16th century it was under Spanish rule and was thereby exposed earlier than other Northern lands to the Mediterranean Rennaissance. Flemish Late Renaissance chairs are distinctive. Chair legs (as in our Flanders chair) are recognized by the use of blocks interrupting the turned parts. The method of upholstering is reflected by English Jacobean handicraft.
23'' W x 24'' D x 36.5'' H x 19'' SH x 26'' AH
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