Phyfe Vestibule


The vestibule takes its name from famed cabinetmaker Duncan Phyfe who had a successful business in New York City from ca. 1790 to 1847. His shop employed almost a hundred craftsmen and attracted many of New York City's leading citizens as customers.

Architecture from the Moses Rogers house, c. 1806,
New York City.
Furnishings in the early classical style, 1800-1825,

Image size 16" x 12" on Hahnemuhle archival paper, unframed

The price includes VAT and free delivery of unframed paper print within mainland UK.
Shipping charged at cost for non UK destinations.

Paintings: shipping charged at cost - overnight within UK mainland and a priority service for non-UK destinations. Paper prints: complimentary delivery within UK mainland. Otherwise charged at cost using UK Post Office/USPS. Canvas prints: charged at cost.


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