Paul-Alexandre Dumas, A large sideboard Art nouveau.

Paul-Alexandre Dumas, A large sideboard Art nouveau.

circa 1900
Max Height : 230 cm, width : 180 cm, deepth : 50 cm
Art Nouveau
very good
Inventory number
337 bis
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Paul-Alexandre Dumas, pupil of Alexandre Blondeau and Léon Jouenne for engraving and Louis Majorelle for cabinet making.

Part of a very rare art nouveau ensemble of a Dumas and Barbedienne salon, this large sideboard was designed by Henri Rapin (decorator).

This work takes up the decoration of the myrtilles which one finds on the whole of the woodworks of each piece of furniture, as well as the whole of the bronzes, entries of lock, keys and handles.

Sarrancolin marble from the Pyrenees.


  • Variant in: The Paris Salons 1895-1914, volume III - Alastair Duncan. Antique Collector's Club Editions 1996. Variants reproduced on page 172)

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