Furniture in the so-called. Second Rococo style was typical of the fourth and fifth decade of the 19th century in Central European art. It arrived with some delay to Novi Sad, as well as in other provincial regions of the Habsburg monarchy. It was an eclectic style that borrows elements and copies of furniture from the 18th century and adapts them to new tastes. The legs of chairs and tables are distorted, carvings appear and machining becomes more common.
Part of the permanent exhibition of the City Museum of Novi Sad, under the supervision of the museum advisor, art historian, Ljiljana Lazic
City Museum of Novi Sad
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