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École de Nancy (Attributed to Louis Majorelle) "Aux Clématites" Easel

This French Art Nouveau "Aux Clématites" carved wood easel from l'École de Nancy, was probably designed by Louis Majorelle. Featuring a clematis floral carved decoration at the top and bottom, the display rest is fully adjustable.

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Artist: École de Nancy (attributed to Louis Majorelle)
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 71" height, 26.5" width, 30" depth
Materials: Wood

In 1901 Louis Majorelle was a founder, along with Émile Gallé, of the École de Nancy. The Art Nouveau designers of the École de Nancy were inspired by Japonisme (a French take on the Japanese aesthetic) and nature—like all Art Nouveau designers—but were also influenced by Baroque and Rococo styles.