Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism
Cubist table, Czech Cubism

Cubist table, Czech Cubism

EG40006
€950.00
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Cubist table

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Description

Cubist table from Czech Republic

Czech Cubism developed in a unique fashion during the brief period of 1911–1914. The scope in which the style influenced the applied arts and architecture in the Czech lands is unmatched in Europe. Before World War I, Prague was an important centre of Czech artists and avant-garde art, the new style that was universally labelled “New Art”.
Designers of Cubist furniture regarded it as “a serious art of substantial content”. Cubist furniture was initially „commissioned“ by the designers themselves and their friends from the artistic and intellectual circles. Only seldom did the oportunity arise for a holistic approach to architectural projects that would include interior decoration.
(Source: UPM, Czech Cubism, House of the Black Mother of God; abridged)


This side table is an original avantgarde furniture of its time. It has not been refurbished. The legs are turned at a 45° angle, connected and made of solid wood. A table top rounded at the corners, also made of solid wood, rests on them. On the one hand, the table has a very simple construction, but is still complicated in its figurative structure and decor. It has a wonderful age-related patina and is probably an unique piece. The side table, which also works very well as a console table, is stained very dark brown. A phantastic piece of furniture for lovers!

Product Details

Height
61 cm
Width
96 cm
Depth
45 cm
Weight
17 kg
Material
Wood
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