Jean-Michel Frank, ‘'Pagoda' side table’, ca. 1927, Phillips

Produced by Chanaux & Company, Paris, France. Together with a certificate of authenticity from the Comité Jean-Michel Frank.

Un Beau Salone de Musique', Vogue, Paris, December 1933, p. 66
'Sur la colline de Fabron', Vogue, Paris, June 1937, p. 77
Roger Lannes, 'Exégèse poétique de Jean-Michel Frank', Art et Décoration, Paris, January 1939, pp. 6-7
Léopold Diego Sanchez, Jean-Michel Frank, Paris, 1997, pp. 108, 141, 161, 205, 211
Pierre-Emmanuel Martin-Vivier, Jean-Michel Frank: l’étrange luxe du rien, Paris, 2006, pp. 159, 278

Art Works, Paris
Acquired from the above by the present owner

About Jean-Michel Frank

French interior designer Jean-Michel Frank championed minimal interiors through the mixing of styles and cultures. According to Frank, “the noble frames that came to us from the past can receive today’s creations.” The severity of modern design was lessened by Frank’s all-encompassing approach that gladly mixed styles, cultures, and materials to create multi-dimensional surfaces and compositions. Frank’s playful combination of spare and rectilinear details, inspired by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, and sumptuous materials such as shagreen, mica, and straw marquetry helped soften the oftentimes austere interiors pioneered during the period in France and abroad.

French, 1895-1941

Fair History on Artsy

Gallery BAC at Collective Design
Galerie Marcilhac at Brussels Antiques and Fine Art Fair 2015
Galerie Marcilhac at Biennale des Antiquaires 2014