Louis Bogtman Amsterdam School oak stool

Stools
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Netherlands
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1920s

A Dutch oak stool with a thick ochre fabric cushion, attributed to the Amsterdam School artist Louis Bogtman (1900 - 1969). The stool is decorated with the batik painting technique Bogtman's work is known for. The batik technique of wax-resist dyeing, typically for textiles, was imported from Indonesia (then the Dutch East Indies) and was fashionable at the time.

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