Louis Majorelle Pair of "Aubépines" Carved Oak Armchairs
A plush pair of "Aubépines" armchairs by Louis Majorelle from the Art Nouveau period that demonstrate their makers affinity for the luxury of the baroque period and his ability to infuse Art Nouveau designs with such opulence. Execute in oak, the arched back of the works rest on elegantly curved bases. The crown of the back, the arm and the seat supports are all decorated with joyously carved hawthorn leaves and berries.
Customization: The chairs are currently upholstered in a cream and camel colored chenille fabric, but can be reupholstered in any colorway of your choosing upon request—we have shown a variety of colorways here as examples.
*Please allow minimum 4 weeks for custom upholstery.*
- Product Details
- Curator's Notes
Item #: F-19903
Artist: Louis Majorelle
Dimensions: 41" height, 33" width, 31-34" depth
Literature: Similar armchairs are pictured in Majorelle - Nancy: décorations d’intérieurs: meubles, tentures, bronzes, ferronneries (the 1906 Majorelle catalogue); Majorelle: Un Art de Vivre Moderne, exh. cat., Musée de l'École de Nancy, France, 2009, p. 65