Buffalo craftsman Charles Rohlfs produced the most original Art Nouveau furniture in the country, and his work won wide acclaim in Europe.
Chair. Charles Rohlfs. Photograph ca. 1898. Courtesy Michael James
This chair is visible in the photograph below of Rohlfs' living room.
Table. Charles Rohlfs. Photograph 1900.
Charles Rohlfs' living room, 156 Park Street. Photograph ca. 1922. Courtesy Michael James.
Many of Rohlfs' graceful furniture designs graced his living room on Park Street.
Clock. Charles Rohlfs. Photograph 1911.
Rohlfs created this clock for his exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition (1901). In 1911 he donated it to the Automobile Club of Buffalo, and it was placed in its Esenwein & Johnson-designed clubhouse.