Gray (Eileen)
1878 - 1976

Eileen GRAY

She studied painting at the Slade School of Fine Art in London before moving to Paris in 1902, where she continued to study art and interior design. She worked in interior decoration and furniture design, creating pieces that were highly influential in the modern movement.

In 1922, she designed Villa E-1027, a modernist house in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, southern France. She also created iconic pieces of furniture such as the Bibendum chair and the E-1027 adjustable table.

Although her work was widely recognized by her contemporaries, it was somewhat neglected by art and design history for several decades. However, in the 1970s, her work began to be rediscovered and she was finally recognized as an important figure in twentieth-century modernism and design.

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