Maurice Chalvignac Styled Pair Of Mid-Century Teak And Tile Wall Art
A stunning pair of Maurice Chalvignac Styled pair of Mid-Century teak and tile wall art. The base of this pair of wall plaques are teak with Mid-Century glazed pottery tiles adhered to the finished surface. The vibrant orange, deep black and white subject sets in contrast to the off white and brown background. The composition is of an elongated woman's body. The ceramic tile and teak wood contrasts each other beautifully. Pre-set up with hangers. Maurice Chalvignac was a Quebec ceramic artist who emigrated to Canada from France in 1957. He made many beautiful pieces, including lamps, wall art, vases, bowls, ashtrays, and more. His work often evoked an organic feel, combined with the flashy orange, red and gold tones of the era. A true Canadian Mid-Century icon!
Additional of note:
- A single wall mount exists on the back of each plaque
- Priced and sold as a pair. Please only add 1 to your cart.
- With questions or to obtain a quote to customize
- If it is sold, and you just wish to be notified if we find another like it.
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CONDITION AND RESTORATION REPORT:
- In excellent condition with minor age appropriate wear to the wood.
- One chip on the teak has been professionally filled, sanded and stained.