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Antique Jacobean style bar cabinetRef nr. 14_9258
Antique bar - Jacobean style cabinet. Walnut, oak, carving. Belgium, early twentieth century
The Jacobean style owes its appearance on the world stage to the first of the Stuart family, the English king James VI of Scots, who called himself in the Jewish manner-Jacob (King of Jacob). This style is a continuation of the English Renaissance.
The Jacobean style existed until the 17th century. while the reign of King James I lasted only 22 years. At the beginning of his reign, the puritanical tendencies typical of Elizabethan architecture persisted, but the Italian Palladinism, which was supported by the architect Inigo Jones (1573-1652), soon became widespread in England. Flemish and German mannerism was added to this. All works are performed by immigrant artists who were not limited by the Tudor tradition, freely using the decorative and constructive features of the Renaissance style in their works. Italian influence was gaining momentum, and pilasters, arches, medallions, pediments and so on intervened in aristocratic houses.