C. Bartels, Amsterdam School armchair, 1920s

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Great Amsterdam School chair with new upholstery, attributed to Christiaan Bartels, 1920s. Christiaan Bartels (Amsterdam, 1889) was a designer of furniture and interiors. His teacher was the famous Dutch architect-designer Willem Kromhout. They worked together for the spectacular decoration of Amsterdam movie theatre Tuschinski, commissioned by Abraham Icek Tuschinski in 1921. The interior and exterior are a mix of styles such as Amsterdam School, Jugendstil, Art Nouveau and Art Deco, designed in a way to offer visitors the feeling that they are stepping into an illusion. Bartels proved to be a true all-rounder: he designed lamps, paneling, wrought ironwork, curtains and more. Very impressive are his bronze lamps in the main foyer. Tuschinski is considered one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world.

Reference
120-48
Artist
C. Bartels
Period
Amsterdam School
Material
Mahogany, Coromandel wood
Dimensions
80 x 60.5 x 66 cm
Condition
Excellent. New upholstery.

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