Tours & Study Days WithDeborah Gage
Deborah Gage is an art historian and dealer based in London's Bond Street. She is also curator of the collection at Firle Place, Sussex, and is presently working on an exhibition pertaining to the 3rd Earl Cowper, a part of his collection is housed at Firle.
Image above: Thomas Chippendale, Lord Melbourne's Cabinet, Firle Place
Thomas Chippendale's Genius
And None Shall Compare
The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker’s Director, the first text of its kind solely devoted to the furniture and furnishings of eighteenth century interiors in England, resulting in his illustrious international reputation today. Where better to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Chippendale’s birth in 1718 than Firle Place, Sussex, home to the ‘Panshanger Cabinets’ - two of the finest pieces ever produced by his workshop.