1928, the Netherlands
This beautiful, dark oak relief is a design of the Art deco artist Lambertus Zijl (1866-1947). The carved decor of two does in a forest is a typical art deco motif. The Panel is 3 cm thick and measuring 33 x 45 cm. It is both on the front and at the back equipped with monogram LZ and bottom right equipped with the vintage (19) 28.
In this period Zijl designed sculptures for commercial purposes. Of course for Amsterdam house-construction, in collaboration with architect H.P. Berlage, where many a stone statue of him adorned the houses in Amsterdam-School style and bridges. But he also designed bronze and wooden sculptures in the salons for the large passenger ships that sailed to Indonesia and America. Many of his designs in wood were carried out by the woodcutter Anton Fortuyn.
The work of art is, especially considering its age, in a good condition.
The relief comes from an old mayor's residence.
|Member since:||April 28, 2014|
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