Michel de Klerk, Table, 1916


Mahogany, leather upholstery renewed

Rare table, designed by Michel de Klerk for ’t Woonhuys,
a furniture and interior design company in Amsterdam. De Klerk
was a forerunner and most influential architectural figure of what
became known as Amsterdam School.

The tabletop measures 1,50 m and is extendable to 2,00 m and 2,50 m
by two separate original plates.


Not marked


Private collection, Netherlands, Dutch art market

Public collections

Centraal Museum Utrecht; Amsterdam School
Museum Het Ship; Mitchell Wolfson Jr. Collection, The Wolfsonian -
Florida International University, Miami Beach


Ingeborg de Roode/Marjan Groot, Living in the Amsterdam
school - Designs for the interior 1910 - 1930, exhibition catalogue
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, April 9 - August 28, 2016, pag. 95, 186

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