Etienne Kohlmann modernist side table (#1403)

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Etienne Kohlmann modernist side table (#1403)

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French Modernist Art Deco side table by Etienne Kohlmann in rosewood with nickled bronze mount, circa 1930. The demi-lune "box" at the top opens in center. 27.5" diameter x 24" high + 3" box height.

Etienne Kohlmann

(1903-1988)

 

French designer and interior decorator Etienne Kohlmann was born, studied and worked in Paris. He was an accomplished cabinetmaker from an early age and by 1922 was working for a furniture maker in the famous Faubourg Saint-Antoine in Paris, having studied at the renowned Paris Ecole Boulle. From 1924-1938, with Maurice Matet, Kohlmann was director of the Studium decorating department of the Grands Magasins du Louvre and eventually became its artistic director.

 

Kohlmann’s work included deluxe interiors and the lounge of the 1926 oceanliner Ile-de-France, Paris shop interiors for the Mobilier National, and numerous private commissions. These included offices, stores, hotels, restaurants and numerous residences. Beginning around 1928 he included metal in his furniture designs.

 

Kohlmann’s work was shown at the Paris Salon of Societe des Artistes Decorateurs from 19234 until the late 1930s, and also at the Salon d’Automne. He participated in the Studium Louvre pavilion at the 1925 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes, at the 1931 Paris Exposition Coloniale, at the 1937 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, the Salon of Light at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, for which he visited the United States.