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Window CorniceOne of a Set of Three
- c. 1850–1860
- Eastern white pine, gesso, and gilding
- 27 1/2 × 71 3/4 × 13 in. (69.9 × 182.2 × 33 cm)
- Credit Line
The Bayou Bend Collection, gift of Miss Ima Hogg
- Current Location
Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens
- Accession Number
- Building Component & Room Element
Charles Brackett (1892–1969), Providence, Rhode Island ; Corliss-Brackett House, Providence, Brown University; purchased through [Nino Scotti, Associated Appraisers, Inc., Providence], as agent for Miss Ima Hogg, 1970; given to MFAH, 1971. <br> <br>  The window cornices were part of the furnishings of the George Corliss House in Providence, which had been left to Brown University. They was owned by Charles Brackett and was apparently placed in the Corliss house when Brackett redecorated it in the Rococo Revival style in the 1920s.