Charles Dudouyt Art Deco Extendable Dining Table in Stained Oak
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Charles Dudouyt, dining table, oak, France, 1940s.
This Art Deco table shows the great craftsmanship of Charles Dudouyt. The tabletop in inlayed with different pieces of wood, creating a beautiful pattern thanks to the different drawings. The base and legs are thick and robust. This table has a sturdy appearance, and is more robust than most Art Deco items. Designers Charles Dudouyt and Gaston Poisson are masters in this style. They combine the more feminine and refined Art Deco style with graphical patterns and masculine elements.
Charles Dudouyt (1885-1946) was French designer and illustrator. In 1933, he moved to Paris where he abandoned the French classicism to opt for modernist sensibility. He mostly crafted wooden furniture in strong Art Deco forms, often using playful geometries and construction methods. His usage of an honest approach to simple materials such as wood, reminds of the robust Arts and Crafts Movement.
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