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Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console


Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console

Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console    Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console
Superb modernist console attributed to the work of jaques quinet (in the style of jacques adnet and gilbert poillerat). Some traces of use as one might expect.

The marble is not scratched or damaged, a corner is very slightly worn but it is almost invisible. Dimensions: 120 cm long x 40 cm deep x 82 cm high. Very beautiful marble plaque called "sea green marble" - its veins reminiscent of the waves of the sea - brass, gilded bronze and steel. A decorative and usual piece of great elegance. Possibility of delivery, thank you for contacting me before bidding.

This console is on other sales platforms and can be removed from the sale. For all amateur knoll, marcel breuer, ludwig mies van der rohe, eero saarinen, isamu noguchi, frank gehry and ross lovegrove, charles and ray eames, perriand charlotte, jean proven, the corbusier, mathieu matégot, franco albini, marco zanuso, gio ponti etc ... Jacques Quinet, after having studied architecture before the war, was mobilized in 1940. From 1946, he devoted himself permanently to architecture and decoration.

From 1947, Quinet took part in art and industry exhibitions, from the headquarters to the marsan pavilion, to the salon of the decorating artists, then to various events in France and abroad. In 1950, the maritime courier company entrusted Jacques with the architecture of the "la buourdonnais" liner. In 1954, he realized the cargo ships "godavery" and "moonie". Quinet becomes the appointed decorator of many industries such as the Atomic Energy Center or the Devian Water Company. The general transatlantic company solicits it again in 1960 for the arrangement of mixed cargo ships: mississipi, fort de france and fort niagara.

The following year, quinet participated in the decoration of the liner "France". In 1968, he is in charge of the decoration of the plaza-athénée hotel in Paris.

Between 1970 and 1978 Quinet decorated several private residences, mostly Parisian, where he favors Japanese style furniture in lacquer, bronze or steel. After the interior renovation of the caravel, it arranges the interior of the coral train and the first tgv.

Jacques quinet was named knight of arts and letters in 1985, officer of the arts and letters in 1988, and was decorated with the legion of honor in 1990. He died on October 31, 1992. From wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For Scandinavian design store, see scandinavian design (store). Ceramics designed by ulla procoped for arabia. Chairs at the Danish Design Center, Denmark. Telephone kiosk by georg fredrik fasting, norway.

Scandinavian design is a design. Movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism. And functionality that emerged in the 1950s in the five northern countries.

Only refers to the three kingdoms of denmark, sweden and norway, it can be used colloquially to refer to all of these countries. Awarded to outstanding Scandinavian Designers between 1951 and 1970, was instrumental in both making Scandinavian design a recognized commodity, and defining the profile of Scandinavian design. Since 2006, the tradition of a pan-nordic design award has been resumed with the forum aid award. The idea of ​​beautiful and functional everyday things should not be limited to the wealthy, but to all, is a core theme in the development of modernism.

This is most probably realized in post-wwii. The ideological background was the emergence of a particular scandinavian form of social democracy in the 1950s, as well as the availability of new low-cost materials and methods for mass production.

Scandinavian design often makes use of form-pressed wood, plastics, anodized or enameled aluminum or pressed steel. The concept of scandinavian design has been the subject of many scholarly debates, exhibitions and marketing agendas since the 1950s. Many emphasize the democratic design ideals that were a central theme of the movement and are reflected in the rhetoric and contemporary Scandinavian international design. Others, however, have analyzed the reception of scandinavian design abroad, see in it a form of myth-making and racial politics.

Prominent scandinavian design and retail companies include. Danish fashion stands as the fourth largest export of all manufacturing industries in the country. Bringing in 30 billion dollars a year, growth in denmark. According to the danish fashion institute, danish fashion companies have a higher shareholder value creation than any other fashion industry globally.

The sixties and seventies were a period of growth of fashion in the country. During this time, designers and manufacturers have come to the fore.

Fashion shows become a growing phenomenon, and clothing was made by mass production by new danish designers. While exports continued to increase, and fashion design in denmark became more popular, designers began to promote their fashion worldwide in France and Italy. Because danish fashion at the time was so distinctive, the media supported the new and fresh designs. Further information: design forum finland.

Prominent finnish designers include alvar aalto. (glass art, glassware), eero aarnio.

(textiles, homeware), and maija louekari. Further information: norwegian design council. Ideals of cutting excess, commodification. And practicality of materials in design heavily influenced the aesthetics of the prominent norwegian designers. The møre and romsdal county is very much represented by norwegian designers, and producers.

30% of norwegian furniture are produced in this region. Prominent norwegian designers include hans brattrud. Grorudstolen, the fagott table, and the armchair comet, sven ivar dysthe.

(armchair 1001 from 1960, and the flesh laminette from 1964), olav eldøy. (peel flesh, flesh date & the flesh eight), olav haug. (meat 711) and ingmar relling orbit. Further information: swedish center for architecture and design.

You can help by adding to it. Leary, erin, "the total absence of foreign subjects": the interwar exhibitions of Scandinavian design, "design and culture 7: 3 (2015): 283-312. Information from pages on each artist on that website.

The item "rare console art deco jacques quinet" is on sale since Wednesday, January 24, 2018. It is in the category "art, antiques \ furniture, decoration of the twentieth \ art deco \ tables".

The seller is "djam2021" and is located in / in finistere. This item can be shipped to the following country: europe.


Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console    Rare Jacques Quinet Art Deco Console