Haagse School P.E.L.Izeren for De Genneper Molen Pair of Chairs
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P.E.L.Izeren for de Genneper Molen, pair of chairs, oak, wood, The Netherlands, 1930s
Stately pair of chairs made in the Dutch Haagse School period. These chairs are designed by P.E.L. Izeren for manufacturer the Genneper Molen in the 1930s. This pair of chairs chairs show stunning details in the grain of the wood used to produce them. An interesting feature of this design are the seats that stand out of the rest of the design in an architectonic way.
The 'Haagse School' or Hague School was a movement in architecture and design, and a variant of Art Deco. Designs from this period are easily recognizable by the straight and cubic shapes often used in the designs of furniture that reflect the style of architecture from that period in time.
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