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Designed by Robert Adam, Scottish, 1728–1792
Made by Thomas Chippendale, English, 1718–1779
The Dundas Sofa
- Commissioned 1764, made 1765
- Limewood, pine, beech and gilding with later silk upholstery
- Overall: 43 1/2 × 99 1/2 × 36 in. (110.5 × 252.7 × 91.4 cm)
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Museum purchase funded by the Brown Foundation Accessions Endowment Fund
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Commissioned in 1765 by Sir Lawrence Dundas, 1st baronet (1710–1781), for the Great Room, 19 Arlington Street, London; by descent in the Dundas family, later the marquesses of Zetland; moved to Aske Hall, Yorkshire, England, in 1934; moved to Duff House, Scotland, date unknown; [sold through Robert Holden Ltd., London]; purchased by MFAH, 2014.