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Pair Of Modernist Club Armchairs Jacques Adnet Compagnie Des Arts Français
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"Pair Of Modernist Club Armchairs Jacques Adnet Compagnie Des Arts Français"
Comfortable cubist club armchairs with cushions, their elegant and timeless shape is typical of the production of Jacques Adnet
Repose on feet of square section Garnitures to remake very good and solid structure
Attributed to Jacques Adnet (1901-1984) Around 1940
Height: 73 cm breadth 79 cm, depth 81 cm
Jacques Adnet was born in 1900 in Chatillion-Coligny. After studying at the École Supérieure des Beaux Arts, he worked at Studio La Maitrise and founded the brand JJ Adnet with his twin brother Jean. In 1928 Jacques Adnet becomes director of the Studio La Compagnie des Arts Francais (CAF) and designs furniture, lighting and other elements for interior design in the Art Deco style with a preference for geometric designs. In the 1950s, Jacques Adnet created furniture for the private apartments of President Vincent Auriol at the Elysée Palace and for UNESCO in Paris. From 1959 to 1970 he is Director of the National School of Decorative Arts of Paris. Jacques Adnet uses wood, steel, glass, leather, ceramics ...
Price : 1100 €
Artist : Adnet Jacques
Period:20th Century
Style:Art Deco
Condition : à retapisser

Material : Bois et tissus
Width : 79 cm
Height : 73 cm
Depth : 81 cm

Reference : 498154
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