"Stamped D. Jullienne - Pair Of Natural Wood Armchairs - 18th Century"Pair of chairs in natural wood, molded and carved.
They rest on fluted feet and rudentés
Tapestry upholstery in good condition
Chassis in very good condition - without buttress
Armchairs: H: 88 L: 59 P: 48
Denis JULLIENNE received master in 1775, was undoubtedly related to another Julian denys who had been upholsterer of Louis XIV and the Duke of Burgundy at the beginning of the eighteenth century. He was a supplier to the Marquis de Paulmy, governor of the Arsenal, and, through the Presle brothers, upholsterers in vogue, competed in the furnishing of the Marquis de Girardin. His house still existed in 1805. He owes him pleasant productions on which appears his stamp, elegant Louis XVI seats, soberly decorated with moldings and some carved motifs.
Sculptors Nicolas Poiron and a certain Haguette have sometimes countersigned his works.