Wharton Esherick (1887-1970) "Many craft experts consider Wharton Esherick the most important American woodworker of the 20th century--yet many woodworkers have never heard of him. ... PA. His furniture designs influenced such well-known contemporary woodworkers as Wendell Castle and Sam Maloof." -- Susannah Hogendorn (American Woodworker, August 1996).
Kaare Klint: Church Chair, 1936 Made by Fritz Hansen. Beech and papercord
Hans Olsen dining set Roundette at Studio Schalling
Arts and Crafts Movement Style Ladder Back Arm Chair Rush Seat - c. 20th Century, England
Fine, hard wood ladder back chairs were typically found in the provincial homes of English country gentry. Description from rubylane.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, oak armchair, 1902, dovetailed splat with pierced heart, rush seat
Nakashimas 'Concordia chair' - note how the separate pieces of wood for the seat are tied together using butterflies.