This pair of wing chairs in molded wood, painted white, is composed of a very slightly gondola. The shape of the console arm is particularly interesting: the concave curve, very little pronounced, extends into a right to be attached to the belt, while behind the die attachment foot earlier.
The arm is cavet. The feet are fluted rudent.
The peculiarity of this pair of wing is to have a very deep seated and very nicely curved on the front seat.
Georges Jacob (1739 - 1814)
Received master in 1765, he moved Meslay Street. Very focused towards carpentry, he surpasses himself in the creation of models of totally new seats, which quickly earned him the favor of Marie-Antoinette for which he created models as sumptuous as it is.
He was also a pioneer in using mahogany, and was "the hand" of the painter David to fulfill his famous furniture copied from the antique. The virtuosity with which he worked to translate the drawings of the artist contributed to its success and the success of furniture called "Etruscan."
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