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Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery
Antique Art Nouveau Table  Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France - Spirit Gallery

Antique Art Nouveau Table Attributed to Louis Majorelle, France

€2,100.00

An antique French Art Nouveau two-tiered tea table attributed to the iconic Louis Majorelle, adorned with marquetry, decorative lacquered birds and delicate flowers, legs carved in a fish shape. An older and lighter version (7kgs) in comparaison to the second Louis Majorelle we have on show. This one bears no signature but the work is remarkably similar.
 
Additional Information
Creator: Louis Majorelle
Origin: France
In the style of: Art Nouveau
Date of Manufacture: 1880's
Materials and techniques:  
- Wood
- Lacquer 
Condition: Good, small dents on table tops and slight ships on the table legs, missing handle
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions:  85cm L x 55cm H x 83 cm W
Weight: 7.5 kg
Number of items: 1
 
About Louis Majorelle (1859-1926)
He began his career in the furniture making company of his father. He was copying old style furniture. Under the influence of Emile Gallé , he oriented his work on new shapes of furniture and a natural decor often underlined by fine marquettry. In 1900, he added blacksmith to his activity to realize the handles for the furniture and also railings or balconies. In 1901, he co-founded the Ecole de Nancy and became vice president. (Ecole de Nancy is the name of the Art Nouveau movement in Nancy). He became soon internationaly famous and openned in 1910 shops in Paris, Lille and Lyon.
In 1898, he asked Henri Sauvage to build his house in Nancy. The first complete Art Nouveau building in Nancy.
Source: http://www.art-nouveau-around-the-world.org/en/artistes/majorelle.htm

 

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