André Groult

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Chiffonnier Antrophomorphe (1925), Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

André Groult (27 August 1884 – 1966) was a French decorator and designer of French furniture.[1] Much of his work can be described as art deco, with curving and organic shapes, and Groult's work has been described as compromising between tradition and modernism.[2] For the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in 1925, he designed a woman's bedchamber with a pink and gray palette. The room featured tended walls of Soie stitching. The furniture in the room was rounded and covered in natural Galuchat.[3]

In 1935, Groult designed the furnishings of the first-class cabins on the ocean liner SS Normandie.


  1. ^ Marcilhac, Félix (1996). André Groult: décorateur-ensemblier du XXe siècle. L'Amateur. p. 280. ISBN 2-85917-232-7. 
  2. ^ "André Groult, décorateur-ensemblier Du XXe siècle (review)". Ilab Lila. Retrieved 22 November 2008. [permanent dead link]
  3. ^ "André Groult, Chambre de Madame, 1925". Art Deco Blog. 11 April 2006. Retrieved 22 November 2008.