Eileen Gray (1878–1976) was among the first women to be admitted to the Slade School of Art where she took up painting in 1898 before undergoing an apprenticeship in a lacquer workshop. During the ‘20s and ‘30s she became one of the leading exponents of the revolutionary new theories of design and construction and worked closely with many of the outstanding figures of the modern movement, including Le Corbusier and JJP Oud. Well to the fore of this group she exhibited chrome, steel tube and glass furniture in 1925 - the same year as Mies van der Rohe and Marcel Breuer and well before Le Corbusier.
- Side Table E1027 - Eileen Gray • Steel tubular structure, chromium-plated or lacquered. • Adjustable height, crystal top. • Dimensions: Ø 51 x...£209.00