A fantastic example of an early sculpted steel lamp by Paul Evans, this lamp was recently exhibited at a double museum show, “Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism” at the Cranbrook Art Museum and at the Michener Museum.
The lamp’s sculptural square base is formed from alternating sections of welded steel with white polychrome finish and amber wash, pierced with a spirited zigzag patter. It is refurbished with its original grass cloth shade. Only a handful of these were ever created. A unique and rare piece with both base and shade in excellent condition.
See: Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries and Crafting Modernism, Constance Kimmerle. p. 147
44” H x 18” W x 18” D
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