Pair of straw armchairs in natural beech, 1950’s
Charles Dudouyt, in the style of.
Pair of armchairs standing on four legs in wood linked one to each other by two crossbars. Structure in wood with seat garnished of starw. Molded back and armrests.
Work realized in the 1950’s.
Dimensions : H 95 x W 56 x D 50 cm.
RefErence : LS4544331
Charles Dudouyt (1885-1946) is a French designer and decorator. He studied at the Germain Pilon school of design and then worked as a painter, illustrating publications for Calmann-Levy and the Assiette au Beurre. After the First World War, he would design and make produce pieces of furniture, floor lamps and other decorative objects. He moved to Paris in 1933 and founded the Gentilhommière which was both a store and a workshop.
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