Linenfold paneled room

English
Tudor
about 1500


Object Place: Europe, England

Accession Number

23.604.1-4

Medium or Technique

Oak, glass, stained glass

Not On View

Collections

Europe

Classifications

Architectural elements

A linenfold paneled room, assembled mostly from Tudor-period interiors ca. 1475-1525. The room comprises oak paneling, a limestone fireplace surround, and windows composed of 15th-century stained glass panes with modern glazing. The exterior of the room is also preserved on two walls, though this is partly made up.

Provenance

By 1920, assembled by Gill and Reigate, London; 1923, sold by Gill and Reigate to the MFA. (Accession Date: December 6, 1923)

Credit Line

Museum purchase with funds donated by Mrs. Edward Foote Dwight in memory of her father and mother, George Parsons and Sarah Elizabeth Eddy Parsons