Tuesday, April 11, 2006

André Groult, Chambre de Madame, 1925

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These two items, the chiffonier and the portrait, are inside that room.


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Top, André Groult, Chambre de Madame, in the Ambassade Française, at the Paris 1925 Exhibition. Click image for 600X458 version.

Left, André Groult, chiffonier, Mahogany, ivory and sharskin, French. Click image for 600X458 version.

Right, Marie Laurencin, "Portrait of a Woman" oil on canvas, French, 1925. Click image for 359X499 version.

Scanned from "Art Deco 1910-1939" edited by Charlotte Benton, Tim Benton and Chislaine Wood.

4 comments:

taarzaan said...

This room would be great to reproduce in miniature!

Mariana said...

I hadn't thought of it that way, but you're right! It does look like a little doll's house! :)

Kim Carney said...

I want that chest. Wow.

Geisha said...

I love the texture of the wood veins in that chest.

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