An Single Oak Chair by Heinrich Vogeler c.1910 H:100cm D:42cm W:47cm Price does not include delivery, please get in touch for a delivery quotation. Heinrich Vogeler was a German painter and graphic designer, best known for his involvement in founding the Worpswede artist colony. Vogeler’s work is representative of the German Jugendstil style, which incorporated aspects of Art Nouveau and Symbolism into a single elegant aesthetic. Voegler’s works can be found in the collections of the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York, the Worpswede Museum in Germany, the Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas, and the Dallas Museum of Art, among others.
Heinrich Vogeler Chair