Bronze chair , Model 'Pegasus' by Mark Brazier-Jones
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Gilt bronze chair with seat covered in goatskin by Mark Brazier-Jones. Signed and numbered 35/100. Circa 1994. Mark Brazier-Jones is an internationally celebrated artist, master furniture and lighting designer, engineer, and sculptor. His patrons are film and rock royalty, and art collectors all over the world. Since the commencement of his career in 1983 as a founding member of the Creative Salvage Group, Brazier-Jones has honed a collection and philosophy unique within the concept of functional art. Brazier -Jones like objects with lasting qualities, that are not fashionable and that will stand the test of time. Today Brazier-jones works from a rustic 16th century bar in rural Hertfordshire. Here he and a small team of craftsmen develop his work. He believes this self-imposed isolation to be essential to the process of consequential creativity. He only occasionally ventures abroad on research, or to visit his clients. Examples of his work are held in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; le Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris; the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Museum of Art and Design, New York; and the Decorative Arts Collection of the Brooklyn Museum. Contemporary design sales at auction houses such as Sotheby’s; Philips, Bonhams, and Christie’s show a consistent rise in the prices of his work, and a growing demand from collectors, especially for early pieces.
Place of origin:
83.5H x 46W x 46D
32,87H x 18,11W x 18,11D
Creator / Artist:
Good; Good original condition.
Domestic flat rate, International - YES
Published in Furniture, Lighting, Decorative Objects and Fine Art categories