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Sideboard, 1950s

Brazilian rosewood-veneered wood, rosewood, painted wood.
33 3/10 × 157 1/2 × 17 1/5 in
84.5 × 400.1 × 43.8 cm
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Reverse with two paper labels printed Tenreiro Móveis e Decorações/Rue 7 de Março, 30 / 80 - A/Fab. N.°/Enc. N.°/Pianta N.°/Valor:/INDUSTRIA BRASILEIRA, each with penciled numbers.

Joaquim Tenreiro
Portuguese-Brazilian, 1906–1992
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Referred to often as the “father” of Brazilian modernism, furniture designer Joaquim Tenreiro, who …

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Referred to often as the “father” of Brazilian modernism, furniture designer Joaquim Tenreiro, who was born in Portugal and moved to Rio de Janeiro in the late 1920s, refused to indulge the parochial tastes of his new country and instead challenged his clients to appreciate more contemporary styles. In the early …

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Endangered Species (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Reverse with two paper labels …

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Endangered Species (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Reverse with two paper labels printed Tenreiro Móveis e Decorações/Rue 7 de Março, 30 / 80 - A/Fab. N.°/Enc. N.°/Pianta N.°/Valor:/INDUSTRIA BRASILEIRA, each with penciled numbers.

Joaquim Tenreiro
Portuguese-Brazilian, 1906–1992
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Referred to often as the “father” of Brazilian modernism, furniture designer Joaquim Tenreiro, who …

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Referred to often as the “father” of Brazilian modernism, furniture designer Joaquim Tenreiro, who was born in Portugal and moved to Rio de Janeiro in the late 1920s, refused to indulge the parochial tastes of his new country and instead challenged his clients to appreciate more contemporary styles. In the early …

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Sideboard, 1950s

Brazilian rosewood-veneered wood, rosewood, painted wood.
33 3/10 × 157 1/2 × 17 1/5 in
84.5 × 400.1 × 43.8 cm
Bidding closed
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