Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Probability and Provenance Jacob Sass and Charleston’s PostR evolution German School of Cabinetmakers

German-born
cabinetmaker Jacob Sass arrived in Charleston in 1773, the same year
that Thomas Leitch put the final touches to his panoramic 1774 “View of
Charles-Town” (Figure 1).[1] Leitch’s painting provides a unique view of
the South Carolina city as 23-year-old Jacob Sass would have
experienced it coming into the Charleston harbor for the first time -
See more at:
http://www.mesdajournal.org/2015/probability-provenance-jacob-sass-charlestons-post-revolution-german-school-cabinetmakers/#sthash.WYRRVQET.dpuf
German-born
cabinetmaker Jacob Sass arrived in Charleston in 1773, the same year
that Thomas Leitch put the final touches to his panoramic 1774 “View of
Charles-Town” (Figure 1).[1] Leitch’s painting provides a unique view of
the South Carolina city as 23-year-old Jacob Sass would have
experienced it coming into the Charleston harbor for the first time -
See more at:
http://www.mesdajournal.org/2015/probability-provenance-jacob-sass-charlestons-post-revolution-german-school-cabinetmakers/#sthash.WYRRVQET.dpuf
German-born cabinetmaker Jacob Sass arrived in Charleston in 1773, the same year that Thomas Leitch put the final touches to his panoramic 1774 “View of Charles-Town” (Figure 1).[1] Leitch’s painting provides a unique view of the South Carolina city as 23-year-old Jacob Sass would have experienced it coming into the Charleston harbor for the first time - See more at: http://www.mesdajournal.org/2015/probability-provenance-jacob-sass-charlestons-post-revolution-german-school-cabinetmakers/#sthash.WYRRVQET.dpuf

To view article from Gary Albert from MESDA Journal click link
Probability & Provenance: Jacob Sass and Charleston’s Post-Revolution German School of Cabinetmakers

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