Style Other / Ref.11855
Denis MOROG (1922-2003) - Concrete garden furniture from the 1960s to 1970s
Width: 27'' ⅛ 69cm
Height: 28'' 71cm
Depth: 27'' ⅛ 69cm
France, 20th century
Good condition. Wear on the wooden plates of the seat and backrest.
Concrete garden furniture made in the 1960s and 1970s, composed of eight armchairs, attributed to Morog.
Morog (1922-2003), by his real name Jean-Paul Delhumeau, also known as Denis Morog is a sculptor, engraver, painter and monumentalist artist. Trained at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, his work is characterized by the richness and variety of the artistic fields in which he has experimented with his talents.
In the 1960s and 1970s, he worked extensively in the Lyon region with the architect Jacques Perrin-Fayolle, notably for the Maison de l'Orient, the Palais de justice at La Part-Dieu, the municipal library, the Cardiovascular Hospital and the Lyontech-la Doua Campus, for which he created a frieze on the Darwin building.) Other of his creations can also be seen in Annecy (Cultural Centre), Lille (Cardiovascular Hospital) or Marseille (Hôtel Sofitel).
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Inner height: -5