London, South Kensington
9 February 2000
A STEEL, WOOD AND PERSPEX PIANO MIRA FLYGEL
DESIGNED BY POUL HENNINGSEN, DESIGNED 1931, THIS EXAMPLE DATED 1931
this example dated 1931 for the first year of production by Andreas Christensen, the hinged cover with perspex plates within chromed flat-steel frame, the flanks of the case upholstered in red leather, supported on concave chromed steel and cast iron uprights.
37in.(94cm.) high; 57in.(145cm.) wide; 58in.(148cm.) length
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Danish Industrial Arts, The Society for Industrial Arts, Copenhagen, 1932, p.35
Taend! PH Lampens Historie, Louis Poulsen & Co., 1994, p.53
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Offered to benefit a new scholarship initiative from Bennington College, this work distils the unique form of abstraction for which the artist would become famous
Ahead of the sale of portraits of four different muses, we focus on the women the artist came to depend on so passionately