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Or was there once paint all over the chair that was later removed, excepting around the label? In the meantime, I’ll concentrate on the label itself.
For more information on situating that particular label and the information it contains, I turned to a trusted source on all things Ray and Charles Eames: the “Eames Office.” Using their thorough website, I could compare the Museum’s newly-acquired chair with their original 1948 LCW on the Eames online furniture raisonne, without even leaving my desk.
I also saw that this particular chair, as you might be able to make out in the photo, showed remnants of a red stained or painted surface.
He doesn’t even see what’s inside the drawer.” And that was true.
I just wanted to date the piece by how the drawer was made.
Mel’s curatorial responsibility includes interpreting, displaying, and building the Museum’s collection of craft, design, and decorative objects.
By Bob Flexner Pages 54-56 A while back, my wife and I were visiting friends who wanted to show us their collection of antique furniture.