Charles Dudouyt

Charles Dudouyt (1885-1946) was a French furniture designer and woodworker who was active during the Art Deco and Modernist eras. He was known for his use of natural materials and his innovative approach to furniture design.
Dudouyt began his career as a woodworker, learning the craft from his father who was a carpenter. He later studied at the École Boulle in Paris, where he honed his skills as a furniture designer.
Dudouyt's work was characterized by its simplicity and its use of natural materials such as oak, beech, and walnut. He favored simple, geometric forms and often incorporated decorative elements such as inlaid marquetry or carved details.
Dudouyt's work was highly influential during the 1920s and 1930s, and his furniture was popular with collectors and enthusiasts of the time. Today, his work is highly sought after by collectors and his pieces are considered some of the most important examples of Art Deco and Modernist furniture design.
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