Set of Six Victor Courtray Dining Chairs, circa 1940, France
Set of six Victor Courtray dining chairs. Made with oak and woven straw. Solid and sturdy, circa 1940, France. Good vintage condition. Victor Henri Courtray was a French designer, interior designer and furniture designer born July 22, 1896 in Nangis, Seine-et-Marne and died December 7, 1987 in Biarritz. Trained by the Boulle School from which he graduated major in 1914, he trained with Maurice Dufrène, Paul Follot, the D.I.M. and Charpentier. Known for his productions strongly marked by the Art Deco movement, he left Paris in 1924 to settle in the South-West region, where he developed a style often described as “neobasque”.
Height: 33 in. (83.82 cm)Width: 17 in. (43.18 cm)Depth: 20 in. (50.8 cm)
Seat Height: 18 in. (45.72 cm