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A simulated bronze and painted wooden curule armchair, early 19th century, attributed to Jean-Joseph Chapuis
LOT SOLD. 8,125 EUR
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A simulated bronze and painted wooden curule armchair, early 19th century, attributed to Jean-Joseph Chapuis
LOT SOLD. 8,125 EUR
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Details & Cataloguing

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A simulated bronze and painted wooden curule armchair, early 19th century, attributed to Jean-Joseph Chapuis
(restorations, repainted)
H. 90 x larg. 55 cm ; 35 1/2 x 21 2/3 in.
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Literature

Related litterature:
D. Ledoux-Lebard, Les ébénistes du XIXe siècle, 1984, p. 120

Catalogue Note

Identical to those delivered by the Brussels cabinetmaker, Jean-Joseph Chapuis (1765-1864) for the Royal Palace of Laeken, several armchairs of this model have come for sale, some of which are stamped with a label (see Palais d'Orsay, Paris, 5 December 1979, lot 49, Sotheby's New York, 6 June 1981, lot 298; Christie's, London, 12 December 1985, lot 34; Me Brissonneau, Drouot, 26 November 2003, lot 194; Pierre Bergé and Associates, Drouot, 14 December, 2016, lot 268). Others are in various collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, the Pinakothek of Modern Art in Munich, the RISD Museum in Providence and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

Pierre Bergé: From One Home to Another

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Paris