Majorelle
Click here for Majorelle inventory LOUIS MAJORELLE (1859-1926) Originally, the young Louis design “modern” furniture, quite a departure from the historical classicism that the Majorelle firm had styles. Influenced by the glass and furniture of his fellow Nancy artist, Emile Galle, Majorelle was Majorelle planned to become an artist. He studied painting in Nancy and at Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris banisters, iron mounts, lighting, and ormolu. Majorelle exhibited exquisite pieces of furniture at the Majorelle
Louis Majorelle dining table (#1102)
Louis Majorelle dining table (#1102)
Louis Majorelle desk and chair (#1375)
French Art Nouveau small writing desk and chair, circa 1900, by Louis Majorelle. Frame sculpted departure from the historical classicism that the Majorelle firm had previously issued. By Louis Majorelle desk and chair (#1375) . Majorelle Nancy. Together with side chair, clematis model. The frame sculpted with clematis flowers and and furniture of his fellow Nancy artist, Emile Galle, Majorelle was inspired to take his furniture Louis Majorelle desk vines. LOUIS MAJORELLE (1859-1926) Originally, the young Louis Majorelle planned to become an artist
Louis Majorelle Art Nouveau bedroom set (#1433)
historical classicism that the Majorelle firm had previously issued. By mechanizing his factory he x 86" high. Sculpted orchid decoration. UNRESTORED IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS. DOCUMENTED. LOUIS MAJORELLE French Art Nouveau bedroom set, circa 1900, by LOUIS MAJORELLE in sculpted French walnut. Bed is a (1859-1926) Originally, the young Louis Majorelle planned to become an artist. He studied painting in Louis Majorelle Art Nouveau bedroom set (#1433) fellow Nancy artist, Emile Galle, Majorelle was inspired to take his furniture production in a new
Louis Majorelle cabinet with wisteria marquetry (#1222)
Louis Majorelle cabinet with wisteria marquetry (#1222) French Art Nouveau small cabinet with marquetry by Louis Majorelle. Circa 1900-03. 25" wide x 58" tall x 12" deep. Documented.
Majorelle cabinet with parquetry niche (#1334)
the historical classicism that the Majorelle firm had previously issued. By mechanizing his factory of his fellow Nancy artist, Emile Galle, Majorelle was inspired to take his furniture production in Classic French Art Deco cabinet by Louis Majorelle, circa 1925. Macassar ebony with mother-of-pearl MAJORELLE (1859-1926) Originally, the young Louis Majorelle planned to become an artist. He studied Majorelle cabinet with parquetry niche (#1334) . Majorelle exhibited exquisite pieces of furniture at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris and in
Louis Majorelle early Art Deco cabinet (#1387)
last great suite of furniture produced by Majorelle in this style. LOUIS MAJORELLE (1859-1926 Early Classic French Art Deco cabinet by Louis Majorelle. Executed in purpleheart, ebony, crotch that the Majorelle firm had previously issued. By mechanizing his factory he produced quantitites of ) Originally, the young Louis Majorelle planned to become an artist. He studied painting in Nancy and at Ecole . 81" long x 20" deep x 53.5" high. Exhibited in 1923. Also exhibited 1926 in the Majorelle Louis Majorelle early Art Deco cabinet (#1387)
Louis Majorelle small demi-lune cabinet (#1319)
hardwood marquetry and bronze fittings. This small piece is a gem of early Art Deco by Majorelle Classic early French Art Deco small demi-lune cabinet by Louis Majorelle in fruitewoods with exotic Louis Majorelle small demi-lune cabinet (#1319) first half of the 20s. His untimely death in 1926 caused his firm to carry on afterwards as Majorelle Freres. THIS CABINET IS UNRESTORED IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS.
Louis Majorelle set of 6 dining chairs in mahogany (#1197)
Louis Majorelle set of 6 dining chairs in mahogany (#1197) Majorelle. Circa 1925. 17.5" wide x 19.5" deep x 39" high. Seat height 18". Available en suite with
Louis Majorelle macassar ebony and iron cabinet (#1317)
fabulous office presented by Majorelle at the 1925 The International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Louis Majorelle macassar ebony and iron cabinet (#1317) Classic French Art Deco cabinet by Louis Majorelle in macassar ebony with mother-of-pearl inlays in cabinet is 65” w x 18” d x 59” h. Louis Majorelle was one of the founders and most renowned members of
Edgar Brandt
designer. Majorelle had included several pieces of furniture with wrought iron decoration in his exhibit him to many other great artists of the time including Louis Majorelle, the famous Art Nouveau
Designers
Dudouyt Michel Dufet Maurice Dufrene Louis Majorelle Andre Mare Etienne Martin Jean Martin Atelier Martine
Edgar Brandt single armchair/desk chair (#1128)
1903, the exhibition exposed him to many other great artists of the time including Louis Majorelle, the famous Art Nouveau designer. Majorelle had included several pieces of furniture with wrought iron
In the style of Edgar Brandt Art Deco ceiling fixture (#1028)
Majorelle, the famous Art Nouveau designer. Majorelle had included several pieces of furniture with
Edgar Brandt table lamp, signed (#14
designer. Majorelle had included several pieces of furniture with wrought iron decoration in his exhibit him to many other great artists of the time including Louis Majorelle, the famous Art Nouveau
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