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Daniel Pabst: Side Chair, 1880, ebonized cherry / Brooklyn Museum

1880 - Side Chair / ebonized cherry wood and velvet / by German-born virtuoso cabinetmaker and furniture artist of the Victorian Era Daniel Pabst

George Hunzinger

Aesthetics, Arts and Crafts and Art Nouveau: Vis. Art, Architecture, Material Culture - Page 4

Curule (Folding) Chair, c. 1450-1500 Italy, Florence?, 15th century. At the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Curule (Folding) Chair - Forged Iron with replacement seat - Florence, Italy - century

Alexandre Noll

Alexandre Noll Armchair, 1947 Wood (sipo) x 25 x 21 inches

Design for an Armchair  Attributed to Gillows (British, 19th century)  Date: ca. 1820

Design for an Armchair Attributed to Gillows (British, century) Date: ca. love the klismos design.

Édouard Colonna (1862-1948) - Arm Chair. Carved Brazilian Rosewood with Upholstered Seat, Back & Surround. Designed for The Exposition Universelle, and Made for Siegfried Bing's Galerie L'Art Nouveau. Paris, France. Circa 1900. 39" x 24-1/2" x 18-1/2".

Edward Colonna, Sofa and chairs, Colonna was one of the designers comissioned by Siegfried Bing to design furniture for his gallery Salon d'Art Nouveau in Paris.

Side Chair Made Of Ebonized Cherry And Brass By George Jakob Hunzinger - American   c.1878

Side Chair George Jakob Hunzinger Date: ca. 1878 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Ebonized cherry, brass

SIDE CHAIR / Lambert Hitchcock (1795–1852), Hitchcocks-ville, Connecticut, 1826–1829, paint, bronze-powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood with cane seat, 34 3/4 x 18 x 15 in., American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, 58.29, photo by John Parnell

Side Chair Lambert Hitchcock paint, bronze-powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood with cane seat