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Digital Imagery: creation and importance in the visual arts Tuesday 1 st December 2009 Sue Newton-Short London Metropolitan University. Interior of the grand salon of S.S. Aquitaine. 100 years of inspiring designers. FP reproduction c. 1930s in walnut. George II, c. 1745 in mahogany.

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Digital Imagery: creation and importance in the visual arts

Tuesday 1st December 2009

Sue Newton-Short

London Metropolitan University

100 years of inspiring designers
100 years of inspiring designers

FP reproduction c. 1930s

in walnut

George II, c. 1745

in mahogany

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19th November 2002

The chairs arrive.

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recent additions to the collection

The Polyprop

Designed by Robin Day

1963

The Antelope chair

Designed by Ernest Race

1951

Recycled plastic bottles

Designed by Jane Atfield

1996

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The Silhouette chair

Designed by William Warren

2002

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The Frederick Parker Foundation Mission Statement

The trust seeks to encourage and promote chair and furniture history, design and manufacture.

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archive

  • Frederick Parker & Parker Knoll business records, accounts & board minutes
  • Their sales catalogues
  • Sales catalogues of their competitors
our aim
Our aim

To make the Frederick Parker collections and company archive accessible to as wide an audience as possible

our objectives
Our objectives
  • To collate known information and images into searchable databases of the chairs, carvings and archive
  • To publish catalogues of the chair collection and the carving collection
  • To establish a common format with similar collections and determine best practice
  • to gain museum accreditation status
  • to continue to utilise the collection for study purposes