11 May 1999
A grey, black and blue painted chair
Designed by Willem van Leusden, 1925
Angular construction of wooden units, flat panel back
26in. (66cm.) high
Selma van Leusden.
Rietveld Utrecht Architectural Office.
Van Dillen and Van Tricht, Utrecht.
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