Pair of Bedside Cabinets by Eugene Gaillard
Carved walnut with Hungarian Ash veneers
French, circa 1900
H 45.5″/116cm; W 18.25″/46cm; D 15.5″/39cm
Eugène Gaillard (1862-1933) was a French Art Nouveau furniture designer. With Georges de Feure and Edouard Colonna he created the Art Nouveau pavilion for the art dealer Samuel Bing at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900. Bedroom furniture to this design was exhibited in the Chambre à coucher.