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  1. Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822) was an English artist, furniture maker and designer, and the eldest of Thomas Chippendale 's eleven children. He was devoted to his father and worked with Chippendale Senior until the later died in 1779.

  2. 09/06/2022 · Thomas Chippendale, The Younger June 9, 2022 Drop us a message So much is known about Thomas Chippendale Sr., the infamous cabinet maker who started the Chippendale design trend with celebrated works in Harewood House and the Victoria and Albert Museum, to name just two. But what of the younger Chippendale designer, Thomas Chippendale junior?

  3. Chippendale was born in Otley in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England in June 1718. He was baptised on 5 June. [3] He was the only child of John Chippendale (1690–1768), joiner, and his first wife Mary (née Drake; 1693–1729). He received an elementary education at Prince Henry's Grammar School. [4]

  4. Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822) was an English artist, furniture maker and designer, and the eldest of Thomas Chippendale's eleven children. He was devoted to his father and worked with Chippendale Senior until the later died in 1779.

  5. Thomas Chippendale the Younger was the eldest son of Thomas Chippendale senior. There appears to be no record of his birth but there is evidence of his baptism at St. Paul’s Church, Covent Garden on April 23 1749. At the age of four the family moved to St. Martin’s Lane, Covent Garden.

  6. Thomas Chippendale, the younger (1749–1822) was an English artist, furniture maker and designer, and the eldest of Thomas Chippendale's eleven children. He was devoted to his father and worked with Chippendale Senior until the later died in 1779.

  7. Sir Richard Colt Hoare employed the younger Thomas Chippendale (from now on referred to as Chippendale) from 1795 to 1820 to supply furniture and furnishings at Stourhead in Wiltshire. The accounts submitted for this work are the largest known archive relating to Chippendale's work and are published here for the first time.1 This