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Rare Console Art Deco Jacques Quinet

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

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

Superbe console moderniste attribué au travail de Jaques Quinet (dans le goût de Jacques Adnet et Gilbert Poillerat). Quelques tracesd'utilisation comme on peut s'y attendre. Le marbre n'est pas rayé ni endommagé, un coin est très légèrement usé mais c'est quasiment invisible. Dimensions : 120 cm de longueur x 40 cm de profondeur x 82 cm de hauteur.

Très belle plaque de marbre dit "marbre vert de mer" - ses veines rappelant les vagues de la mer - laiton, bronze dor é et acier. Une pièce décorative et usuelle d'une grande élégance. Possibilité de livraison, je vous remercie de me contacter avant denchérir. Cette console est sur d'autres plateformes de vente et peut donc être retirée de la vente. Pour tout amateur des travaux de Knoll , Marcel Breuer , Ludwig Mies van der Rohe , Eero Saarinen, Isamu Noguchi, Frank Gehry et Ross Lovegrove, Charles et Ray Eames, Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé, Le Corbusier, Mathieu Matégot , Franco Albini , Marco Zanuso , Gio Ponti etc...

Jacques Quinet, après avoir commencé des études darchitecture avant guerre, est mobilisé en 1940. Dès 1946, il se consacre définitivement à larchitecture et à la décoration. A partir de 1947, Quinet participe aux expositions dArt et Industrie, du Siège au Pavillon de Marsan, au Salon des Artistes Décorateurs, puis à diverses manifestations en France et à létranger. En 1950 la Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes confie à Jacques Quinet larchitecture du paquebot « La Bourdonnais ».

En 1954, il réalise les cargos « Godavery » et « Moonie ». Quinet devient le décorateur attitré de nombreuses industries telles que le Centre de lEnergie Atomique ou la Société des Eaux dEvian. La Compagnie Générale transatlantique le sollicite à nouveau en 1960 pour lagencement de cargos mixtes : Mississipi, Fort de France et Fort Niagara. Lannée suivante, Quinet participe à la décoration du paquebot « France ».

En 1968, il est chargé de la décoration de lhôtel Plaza-Athénée à Paris. Entre 1970 et 1978 Quinet décore plusieurs résidences privées, parisiennes pour la plupart, où il privilégie les meubles de style japonisant en laque, bronze ou acier. Après la rénovation intérieure de la Caravelle il aménage lintérieur du train Corail et du premier TGV. Jacques Quinet est nommé Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres en 1985, Officier des Arts et des Lettres en 1988, et est décoré de la Légion dHonneur en 1990. Il décède le 31 octobre 1992. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the furniture store chain Scandinavian Design, see Scandinavian Design (store). Ceramics designed by Ulla Procopé 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 Nordic countries. Only refers to the three kingdoms of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, it can be used colloquially to refer to all five of these countries. Awarded to outstanding Scandinavian designers between 1951 and 1970, was instrumental in both making Scandinavian design a recognized commodity, and in 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 that beautiful and functional everyday objects should not only be affordable to the wealthy, but to all, is a core theme in the development of modernism. This is probably most completely 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 increased 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 surrounding contemporary Scandinavian and international design. Others, however, have analyzed the reception of Scandinavian design abroad, seeing 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 out of all manufacturing industries in the country. Bringing in 30 billion dollars a year, fashion has become a catalyst in export, employment, and 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. From 196065 the clothing industry approximately doubled in size when its exports increased from 250 million to 500 million. During this time, designers and manufacturers realized the need to focus on product development and knowledge of target area. Fashion shows became a growing phenomenon, and clothing was put into 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 hopes to rival top fashion countries such as 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 aesthetic of the prominent Norwegian designers.

The Møre and Romsdal county is significantly represented by Norwegian designers, and producers. 30 % of Norwegian furniture are produced in this region. Prominent Norwegian designers include Hans Brattrud.

Grorudstolen , the table Fagott , and the armchair Comet , Sven Ivar Dysthe. (armchair 1001 from 1960, and the chair Laminette from 1964), Olav Eldøy. (chair Peel, the chair Date & the chair Eight), Olav Haug.

(Chair 711) and Ingmar Relling Orbit. Further information: Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. You can help by adding to it. Leary, Erin, "'The Total Absence of Foreign Subjects': The Racial Politics of US Interwar Exhibitions of Scandinavian Design, " Design and Culture 7:3 (2015): 283-312. Information from pages on each artist on that website. L'item "RARE CONSOLE ART DECO JACQUES QUINET" est en vente depuis le mercredi 24 janvier 2018. Il est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Meubles, décoration du XXe\Art déco\Tables". Le vendeur est "djam2021" et est localisé à/en Finistere. Cet article peut être expédié au pays suivant: Europe.
Rare Console Art Deco Jacques Quinet    Rare Console Art Deco Jacques Quinet