Winkelman Amsterdam School table lamp

Table Lamps
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Netherlands
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1910s

An Amsterdam School table lamp attributed to H.J. Winkelman, circa 1915. The lamp has a richly decorated brass base and a brass shade with fabric fringes underneath.

Winkelman (1872 - 1948) was a Dutch painter, metalworker, furniture designer and sculptor. In 1910 he started the decorative metal workshop Winkelman & Van der Bijl, which worked for many architects of the Amsterdam School. One of the projects they worked on was the first Amsterdam School building, the Scheepvaarthuis (1913-16) by Jo van der Mey.

  • 6409
  • Price on request
  • 19.3 In / 49.0 cm
  • 9.8 In / 25.0 cm

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