Fritz Nagel


Bel Etage, Wolfgang Bauer, Vienna

Date 1908/10

Period Vienna, 1908/10

Origin Austrian

Medium pear, Copper, Leather

Dimension 80 x 169 x 63.5 cm (31¹/₂ x 66¹/₂ x 25 inches)

Designed by: Fritz Nagel, Vienna, 1908/10
Executed by: Möbelfabrik A. Nagel

Solid pear and veneer, some small repairs, stained, surface  professionally repolished, 4 doors, 8 "English" (semi-open front) drawers in solid wood, original copper fittings, leather top and large decorative nails renewed, very good condition

Writing desk: H 80 cm, W 169 cm, D 63.5 cm

Fritz Nagel, son of the furniture manufacturer A. Nagel, studied architecture under Josef Hoffmann at the Kunstgewerbeschule in Vienna from 1903 to 1906, partly at the same time as Mauritius Herrgesell (see catalogue number 50.). The two competed repeatedly in prize competitions organised by the magazine "Innendekoration"
[Interior Decoration]. Nagel designed this desk as part of the furnishings for a gentleman’s study. All of this furniture is structured on the same principle, contoured vertical rectangles.
This piece was made in his father’s workshop.

Date: 1908/10

Period: Vienna, 1908/10

Origin: Austrian

Medium: pear, Copper, Leather

Dimension: 80 x 169 x 63.5 cm (31¹/₂ x 66¹/₂ x 25 inches)

Provenance: private property, Graz


Ref.: Das Interieur, XII, 1911, p. 48

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