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Mart Stam (1899-1986)

Mart Stam - two tubular chairs.

tubular cantilevered chairs Mart Stam (1899 - 1986)

In 2005 I bought two chairs from my friend Wim Smits, a colleague of mine. The chairs used to be owned by Jan Begeer, who was his coleague at the St Joost Academy of art in Breda, Netherlands. Jan got them from his father Piet Begeer, who acquired the chairs around 1925. When Wim got them from Jan, the armrests were upholstered; but he thinks that may have been done by Piet.

I would like to know more about these two chairs, because they seem to be the only two made - which is rather improbable if you ask me..

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