Offered by: L'Art De Vivre
978 Lexington Ave. (71/72) New York City, NY 10021 , United States Call Seller 212.734.3510


Sculptural and Important Pair of Armchairs , Italy 1950's

Price Upon Request
  • Description
    ITALY, 1950's
    An extraordinary pair of armchairs in bleached oak, displaying the
    dynamic engineering of the school of Turin and the organic voids
    of Carlo Mollino and his acolytes Campo and Graffi.
    Another pair available in ash (see last image)
    27 W x 26 D x 16/31 H
  • More Information
    Origin: Italy
    Period: 1950-1979
    Materials: Wood
    Condition: Good. Very good, consistent with age and use. Re polished
    Creation Date: 1950's
    Number of Pieces: 2-3
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century
    Incollect Reference #: 543167
  • Dimensions
    W. 27 in; H. 16 in; D. 26 in; H.2. 31 in;
    W. 68.58 cm; H. 40.64 cm; D. 66.04 cm; H.2. 78.74 cm;
    Seat H. 16 in; Back H. 31 in;
    Seat H. 40.64 cm; Back H. 78.74 cm;
Message from Seller:

Established on Manhattan's Upper East Side in 1989, L'Art de Vivre champions pioneering French and Italian midcentury design, with an emphasis on exceptional and distinctive lighting. Its carefully selected collection spans the postwar period to the present day, highlighting rare and exciting masterpieces by Fontana Arte, Pietro Chiesa, Max Ingrand, Gio Ponti, Venini, Veronese, Stilnovo, Dominique, Jacques Adnet, Maxime Old, and Genet Michon, as well as collaborations with contemporary designers

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