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Buffet (France), ca. 1905 (CH 51685107)

Buffet (France), ca. 1905 (CH 51685107)

Walnut body, carved at several places to represent algae, consisting of two cabinets in the base, an open space under two drawers under a horizontal surface covered with a marble slab, all below an upper small ... More

Buffet (France), ca. 1905 (CH 51685107-2)

Buffet (France), ca. 1905 (CH 51685107-2)

Walnut body, carved at several places to represent algae, consisting of two cabinets in the base, an open space under two drawers under a horizontal surface covered with a marble slab, all below an upper small ... More

Louis Majorelle - Wall Cabinet - Walters 6587

Louis Majorelle - Wall Cabinet - Walters 6587

This cabinet is thought to have been designed by Louis Majorelle, who, along with Emile Gallé, was a leading exponent of the Art Nouveau movement in the town of Nancy in northeastern France. Art Nouveau varied ... More

Armchair, Louis Majorelle, Nancy, 1906, walnut, velour - Bröhan Museum, Berlin - DSC03972

Armchair, Louis Majorelle, Nancy, 1906, walnut, velour - Bröhan Museum...

Exhibit in the Bröhan Museum, Berlin, Germany. This work is in the public domain because the artist died more than 70 years ago.

Cabinet by Louis Majorelle, c. 1900-1910, mahogany, oak, walnut, exotic hardwoods, bronze, with vases by Louis Comfort Tiffany, 1893-1920, favrile glass - Dallas Museum of Art - DSC05268

Cabinet by Louis Majorelle, c. 1900-1910, mahogany, oak, walnut, exoti...

Exhibit in the Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, USA.

Table, Louis Majorelle, Nancy, c. 1902, walnut, gilt bronze - Bröhan Museum, Berlin - DSC03974

Table, Louis Majorelle, Nancy, c. 1902, walnut, gilt bronze - Bröhan M...

Exhibit in the Bröhan Museum, Berlin, Germany. This work is in the public domain because the artist died more than 70 years ago.

Armchair, Louis Majorelle, 1900 - IMG 1639

Armchair, Louis Majorelle, 1900 - IMG 1639

Armchair, Louis Majorelle, 1900, exhibited in the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.