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Interior finish from the Oak Hill Parlor

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Interior finish and mantel of southeast parlor in Derby-Rogers house, Peabody, Mass. Engaged Ionic columns; five decorative reliefs in frieze, cupids in middle one; pilasters above with cornucopia design relief; wheat sheaves above. Painted panel by Corné.

Provenance

1922, as part of the acquisition of the Oak Hill Rooms. Purchased by MFA, December 1922, with rest of Oak Hill interior elements for $14,472.70

Credit Line

Charles Amos Cummings Fund and anonymous gift

American, 1801

Object Place

Peabody, Massachusetts, United States

Dimensions

48 x 53 1/4 in. (121.9 x 135.3 cm)

Accession Number

22.805

Medium or Technique

Painted wood, composition ornament

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Architectural elements