Montagnac French Art Deco Rosewood & Amboina Cabinet

ART DECO-Modernism
Designer VerificationBy and Documented
Country of origin
Material and techniqueswood and marble
Great vintage condition
Measures (Inches)
- Height: 64 - Width: 58 - Depth: 14

A tall rosewood and lupe d'amboine cabinet with adjustable shelves and marble top designed by Pierre Paul Montagnac
Made in France            Circa: 1930
Pierre Paul Montagnac (1883 -1961)

Was born in Paris. He obtained his painting and decorative skills in the Paris at the Academy de la Grande Chaumiere; made his debut at the Salon in 1912. He designed a wide range of comercial and private interiors for an elite. Pairing with a select group of artist and designers includind Ivan Da Silva, Raymond Subes, Daum Nancy and Jean Dupas among many others.
Montagnac pieces were marketed through Le Confortable and Galeries Lafayette. At the 1925 Exposition Internationale exhinited at the Grand Salon of the Ambassade Française pavilion and by the 1930’s was comminsioned works in two the most important Ocean liner, a deluxe bedroom and drawing room for L'Atlantic and the "Caen” suite on the Normandie;  he was also appointed president of the of the Societe des Artistes Decorateurs in 1930. (Excerpt taken from Art Deco Complete by Alastair Duncan)