Mogens Koch | rosewood safari chair
Mogens Koch - Folding safari chair with brazilian rosewood frame and black ox leather upholstery.
This very elegant chair was originally designed in 1932 and production was by Interna but today it is Carl Hansen & Son who make the chair.
This early chair has the stunning Brazilian rosewood frame and ox leather upholstered canvas which is stunning with age related patina that tells of many years loving care and use.
The chairs fold with ease and are bearing the original Interna brass plaque.
Condition: Beautiful patina and rich wood grain.
Soft leather with minor signs of age.
RATED 5/5 FOR INVESTMENT
based on rarity
Design. Mogens Koch
Year of design. 1932
Provenance: From the estate of late Greek artist Michael Michaelides
He began his artistic career as a self-taught painter, painting near-naturalistic landscapes before his work became increasingly abstracted. Even in his early paintings he has always been concerned with the effects of light and shade. By the end of the 1960s he had moved away from painting and started making shaped canvas reliefs, initially painted but later eliminating all colour in preference for bare canvas. The elimination of colour came about by the artist's recognition of his formal inspiration: marble relief sculpture of the ancient Greeks.
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Width 22 inch / 56cm
Depth 20 inch / 51cm
Height 34 inch / 86cm
Seat height 16 inch / 40cm
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