Possibly made by Benjamin Goodison British

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 512

This piece is from a large set of at least eight side chairs, four settees, four stools, and two side tables formerly attributed to James Moore (ca. 1670–1726) and said to have been made for Stowe, Buckinghamshire, a provenance now questioned.

Settee, Possibly made by Benjamin Goodison (British, 1700–1767), Gilded gesso on walnut; previously covered in eighteenth-century blue silk damask not original to the settee, British

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