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Dufrêne was a partisan of the use of industrial methods in every field to which he turned his whether attention it was furniture, glasswork, textiles, ceramics or goldwork. His art, albeit complying with the fashion of the day, remained undefined and in the final analysis had nothing either to gain or lose from being 'popularised'. ), another artist to emerge from the Maison Moderne, was a specialist in costly furniture in exotic woods and his cabinets, cases, desks and decorative work were governed by his professional training as a painter and in inlaying.
Parts) 42 PAULIRIBE Writing desk and swivel with flower patterns, 40 30 c. 1912-1919. chair in wood veneer (Private Collection) inlaid FURNITURE PAUL FOLLOT 43 PAUL FOLLOT Sycamore commode with inlaid ebony and ivory threads and silvered bronze handles, amboyna chair and rug with Follot's stylised rose 44 PAUL FOLLOT Detail of a small 45 PAUL FOLLOT Meuble de amboyna chest 47 PAUL FOLLOT Flecked in drawers with inlaid motif. collectionneur, carved and gilded on sheet metal with amaranth shelves.
When the wood's grain or shading was not sufficient, it would classically be carved, inlaid or overlaid with other woods of contrasting colours, or even with ivory, mother-of-pearl, tortoiseshell or metal. Two materials were particularly popular: sharkskin, which was known as galuchat, in its natural state or dyed, and above all, lacquer. Handles or drawer-rings were made of ivory, bronze or cloth. Shapes varied from designer to designer but as a general rule, despite a certain Cubist influence, they were supple, gentle, curved and were made not only for the pleasure of the eye but also the well-being of the body.