1920's Art Deco Architectural Panel from New England Power Company Our panel was displayed in the New England Power Company Copley Square in Boston. With its charming patina and visual impact, this 1920s black tin architectural panel will be a great focal point in any decor.
This exquisite architectural panel features the traits typical of the Art Deco period that soared during the 1920s and 1930s. Showing a beautiful patina revealing the oxidization of the piece, the panel combines the use of a then modern material, tin, with a design that perfectly blends a general linearity to eye-catching curves. The border design creates a frame, with its delicate rhythm of fluted or reeded motifs alternating with flat surfaces, contrasts beautifully with the depiction of foliage placed in the foreground of water fountains. The Roaring Twenties were a time of innovation and hope.
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Medium: Black Tin Panel Mounted on Wood
CONDITION: Excellent vintage condition, beautiful patina consistent with age and wear.
DIMENSIONS: 37" H x 29.25" W x 1" D
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FACTS & HISTORY: Art Deco, short for the French Arts Décoratifs, and sometimes just called Deco, is a style of visual arts, architecture, and product design, that first appeared in France in the 1910s (just before World War I), and flourished in the United States and Europe during the 1920s and 1930s. Through styling and design of the exterior and interior of anything from large structures to small objects, including how people look (clothing, fashion and jewelry), Art Deco has influenced bridges, buildings (from skyscrapers to cinemas), ships, ocean liners, trains, cars, trucks, buses, furniture, and everyday objects like radios and vacuum cleaners.