Trees On Trees
State Museum A.S. Pushkin
(sing) Cropotkinsk, 12,
entrance to the Djeldol Bulk
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Furniture of Marquetry from GMP meeting
The Sadov Pavilion has an exhibition entitled " Marquetry in the meeting of the State Museum A.S. Pushkina, prepared jointly with Parket Hall.The close relationship between incremental furniture and the sexes created such an interesting and unusual project.
The packing technicians - Marquetry (French marquer - Disclosure, Display) - were called in Russia by the " wooden mosaic " , the " sticker " , and the " work " . The view was drawn from pieces of plywood, which were placed on furniture carcas in accordance with a pre-designed sketch.
Arts and ornamental comments that stole furniture were also widely used in the construction of a street park. Parking or parketry is a small geometric ornament from two to three woods or even from a tree of one species. Plywood slices were placed at an angle to each other, taking into account the different directions of wood fibres, which created thin layers of shades.
In Russia ' s established tradition, the same metropolitans that specialized in the building of furniture were manufactured and the parks were constructed. Regrettably, the absence of stamps or signatures on most of the furniture items performed in Russia leaves little room for linking the names of known workshops to specific furniture works.Furniture was more likely to be decimated not by specific, but by inspired urban landscapes, borrowed from Western European and special guidelines for furnitureers, as well as antique ruins and temples, wheat bouquets, girlands hanging on tape.