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Solid C2 side chair



On display in H301

Artwork Details

Creation Date
stereolithography UV-curable photopolymer resin
Object Types
decorative arts, furnishings, furniture, seating furniture, chairs, side chairs

30-3/8 x 16 x 19-7/8 in.

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Credit Line

Mrs. Pierre F. Goodrich Endowed Art Fund, Deaccessioned Decorative Art Fund

© Patrick Jouin

Design Arts

Color Palette

(Patrick Jouin Studio, Paris); purchased by the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 2011 (TR10972)

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