The Eileen Gray Screen is the only screen you will ever need. As a screen that doubles as an art piece, the Eileen Gray Screen is your best addition to any contemporary space. Made out of panels in medium density, structured with steel connecting rods and 'brass' hardware, and polyester finished in white or black. There are eleven versions of this screen that were produced at different times from 1922 up until 1971. Six are in black lacquer while five are in white. They vary in width and height. An example in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has plain panels. Others have a rectangular or square relief on one side of some or all of the large blocks. Eileen Gray was born in Enniscorthy in Ireland in 1878. She died in Paris in 1976. She was from an emigrant family and attended the Slade School in London, before finally moving to France in 1907. Following an initial experimental period with lacquers, she became increasingly involved in furniture design, and later in architectural projects. Her designs always being highly original and refined.
The production is entirely Italian. Only high-quality prime Italian raw materials and components are used together with production methods that are typically - traditional. Semi-manufactured products are all produced exclusively in Italy. The distinctive marks that will be applied to the products (tags, adhesives and labels) will allow the end user to have a guarantee of the genuine Italian origin of the product. The hologram and the traceability system will serve to avoid counterfeiting of the brand and its products. Alivar Museum produces authentic licensed mid century furniture reproductions delivered with Certificates of Authenticity. We make custom orders easy with Fast & Free Shipping!
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