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Chippendale 300 at Leeds City Museum [Leeds]

This exhibition marks the tercentenary year of the birth of Thomas Chippendale, one of Britain's most celebrated furniture makers. Chippendale 300 is a joint venture between the Chippendale Society and Leeds Museum and Galleries, bringing together Chippendale's furniture and associated work in a new, gallery context. Her Majesty The Queen is lending Richard Jack's painting of The Chinese Chippendale Drawing Room, Buckingham Palace (1926), as well as an armchair probably made for William Henry, Duke of Gloucester, the younger brother of King George III. 

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