Schulim KRIMPER

Born
28 July 1893 Sereth, Bukovina, Austria, Austro-Hungarian Empire
Died
18 August 1971 St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria
Nationality
Austro-Hungarian; Australian

 (24 works)

  • Bookcase
    Title
    Bookcase
    Production date
    (1950s)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis), Black Bean (Castanospermum australe), glass, brass, (other materials)
    Accession number
    D147-1981
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1981
  • Tobacco jar
    Title
    Tobacco jar
    Production date
    (c. 1948)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Red Cedar (Toona ciliata), Silver Ash (Flindersia bourjotiana)
    Accession number
    982-D4
    Credit Line
    Gift of Schulim Krimper, 1949
  • Shallow chest on stand
    Title
    Shallow chest on stand
    Production date
    (c. 1948)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Red Cedar (Toona ciliata), Silver Ash (Flindersia bourjotiana), myrtle (Nothofagus cunninghamii), copper, brass
    Accession number
    1043-D4
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1948
  • Covered jar
    Title
    Covered jar
    Production date
    (c. 1950)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis)
    Accession number
    D29-1988
    Credit Line
    Presented by Mr and Mrs I. E. Watson, 1988
  • Dinner wagon
    Title
    Dinner wagon
    Production date
    (c. 1953)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Silky Oak (Grevillea robusta), thermosetting laminate, brass, (steel)
    Accession number
    2010.22
    Credit Line
    Gift of Heather Green and Jock Smibert in memory of Dick and Peg Smibert through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • Bowl
    Title
    Bowl
    Production date
    (c. 1948)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Black Bean (Castanospermum australe)
    Accession number
    771-D4
    Credit Line
    Gift of Schulim Krimper, 1948
  • Armchair
    Title
    Armchair
    Production date
    (c. 1944)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    New Guinea Walnut (Dracontomelon dao), cane, linen, metal, (other materials)
    Accession number
    2010.19.a-b
    Credit Line
    Gift of Heather Green and Jock Smibert in memory of Dick and Peg Smibert through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • Bookcase
    Title
    Bookcase
    Production date
    (1951)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Black Bean (Castanospermum australe), eucalyptus (Eucalyptus sp.), plywood, glass, copper, brass
    Accession number
    2006.218.a-j
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 2006
  • Covered bowl
    Title
    Covered bowl
    Production date
    (c. 1950)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis), glass
    Accession number
    D30-1988
    Credit Line
    Presented by Mr and Mrs I. E. Watson, 1988
  • Screen
    Title
    Screen
    Production date
    (c. 1961)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis), brass
    Accession number
    2008.124
    Credit Line
    Gift of Judy Arndt and Shirley Klebaner in memory of Ralph and Erna Winton, 2008
  • Covered jar
    Title
    Covered jar
    Production date
    (c. 1950)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Huon pine (Largarostrobus franklinii)
    Accession number
    D92-1987
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1987
  • Sewing box
    Title
    Sewing box
    Production date
    (1971)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Kauri (Agathis atropurpurea), Red Cedar (Toona ciliata), English Oak (Quercus pendunculata), leather
    Accession number
    D32-1990
    Credit Line
    Purchased with the assistance of the Besen Foundation, 1990
  • Armchair
    Title
    Armchair
    Production date
    (c. 1953)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Maple, leather, linen, metal, (other materials)
    Accession number
    2010.17.a-c
    Credit Line
    Gift of Heather Green and Jock Smibert in memory of Dick and Peg Smibert through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • Armchair
    Title
    Armchair
    Production date
    (c. 1944)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    New Guinea Walnut (Dracontomelon dao), cane, linen, metal, (other materials)
    Accession number
    2010.20.a-b
    Credit Line
    Gift of Heather Green and Jock Smibert in memory of Dick and Peg Smibert through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • Chest of drawers
    Title
    Chest of drawers
    Production date
    (c. 1957)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata)
    Accession number
    D83-1974
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1971
  • Chess set
    Title
    Chess set
    Production date
    (c. 1960)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis), Oak (Quercus sp.)
    Accession number
    D148-1981
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1981
  • Three-legged stool
    Title
    Three-legged stool
    Production date
    (c. 1953)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    English Oak (Quercus pendunculata), metal
    Accession number
    2010.21
    Credit Line
    Gift of Heather Green and Jock Smibert in memory of Dick and Peg Smibert through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program, 2010
  • The Lina Bryans writing table
    Title
    The Lina Bryans writing table
    Production date
    (1955)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Black Bean (Castanospermum australe), glass
    Accession number
    D202-1973
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1973
  • Covered jar
    Title
    Covered jar
    Production date
    (c. 1950)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens)
    Accession number
    D91-1987
    Credit Line
    Purchased, 1987
  • Chess table
    Title
    Chess table
    Production date
    (1959)
    Artist/Maker
    Schulim KRIMPER
    Medium
    Teak (Tectona grandis), Blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon), New Zealand Kauri (Agathis atropurpurea)
    Accession number
    D36-1970
    Credit Line
    Gift of Paul Morawetz, 1970