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Card Table

about 1815–1825
29 1/8 x 36 x 18 3/8 in. (73.98 x 91.44 x 46.67 cm)

Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (American, born in Scotland, 1768–1854)

Creation Place: New York, New York
Medium: Mahogany with mahogany veneers and secondary woods of cherry and white pine; brass-capped feet
Credit Line: Museum purchase
Accession Number: 1932.16

Acquired by Louis Guerineau Myers, New York, NY; (consigned to American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc., New York, NY); purchased by the Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH, April 9, 1932 (no. 495) [1].


[1]. Until August 31, 2006, the Taft Museum of Art was owned by the Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts (CIFA), administered by CIFA’s Board of Trustees, and governed by the Taft Museum Board of Overseers. On September 1, 2006, the Museum legally separated from CIFA and began operations as its own incorporated 501(c)(3) entity. This separate incorporation led to the transfer to the separate entity after August 31, 2006 of all tangible assets comprising the Taft collection.

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