5 June 2007
PIERRE JEANNERET (1896-1967)
A Leather and Teak Double-Sided Three-Panel Screen, circa 1955
each panel 66½ in. (169 cm.) high, 22 7/8 in. (55.5 cm.)
Government offices, Chandigarh.
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Screens of this model were used to partition the visitors' waiting area and the managers' offices. They could be found amongst other places in the High Court, the Assembly and Punjab University.
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