- Paul Evans for Directional Stalagmite Sculpted Bronze Brutalist Coffee Table
Paul Evans for Directional Stalagmite Sculpted Bronze Brutalist Coffee Table
Paul Evans Stalagmite coffee table, signed and dated 1972. Bronze and aluminum. Base is in very good vintage condition. Glass top is not original and has some scratches and chips.
Base is 28" dia x 15"h
Glass is 48" dia x 0.5" thick
About Paul Evans:
American furniture designer, sculptor, and artist Paul Evans, is one of the most recognizable and versatile figures in the American Craft Movement of the post-war period, and arguably the most collectible American furniture designer of the late 20th Century. Known for his innovative production techniques and experimental treatments in working with a variety of metals, Evans developed a distinct set of expressionist aesthetics that combined the pictographic collage-like compositions of modern artists such as Adolph Gottlieb and Louise Nevelson, with the raw naivety of the Brutalist movement. Whether it was one-of-a-kind commissioned Studio works or distinct lines produced for his collaboration with Directional Furniture, Evans’ furniture was anathema to the sleek, unadorned furniture designs that were permeating America and Europe, and continues to gain in popularity. -Todd Merrill Studio