Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs
Charles Dudouyt Chairs

Charles Dudouyt Chairs

True Vintage
Sale price$1,900

Brutalist construction, these Dudouyt chairs are timeless. Circa 1940, wear is consistent with age.

Sold separately. 

  • Width: 17 in
  • Depth: 15.25 in
  • Height: 31 in
  • Seat Height: 18.25 in
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More About This Item

  • Charles Dudouyt was born in 1885 in France. He studied at the Germain Pilon school. He stretched his artistic talents into painting and worked as an illustrator for much of his early twenties. After fighting in World War 1, Charles moved to interior furnishings and producing lighting and decorative objects.

  • Dudouyt expanded into large scale furniture and moved to Paris to establish a manufacturing company called La Gentilhommière. There, he produced chairs, cabinets, armchairs, and credenzas in a signature style that nodded towards Art Deco and Brutalist movements. He worked with a range of wood species including oak, ash, and beech and integrated organic materials into the finishing elements of his work. He is known for incorporating finish details like geometric inlays and raised wood carved motifs. His pieces established themselves amongst design aficionados as timeless and elegant and he is one of the most highly sought after vintage furniture manufacturers of today.
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