Jack Rogers Hopkins, Unique Walnut Sculpture, USA, c. 1970
Jack Rogers Hopkins Unique Walnut Sculpture – Todd Merrill
Unique Hand-carved Walnut Sculpture by Jack Rogers Hopkins. USA, c. 1970. A unique sculpture by Jack Rogers Hopkins in hand-carved and laminated American walnut, Honduran mahagony, and white oak. The contrast of grains in the laminate accentuate the subtly serpentine forms of this two-pronged floor-standing sculpture. The base has a branded signature reading “JACK ROGERS HOPKINS”. Jack Rogers Hopkins is considered one of the most important American studio furniture designers. An essay on Hopkins appears in Modern Americana: From High Craft to High Glam. Todd Merrill and Julie Iovine, Rizzoli, 2008.
Acquired directly from the artist.
Dimensions: 50.5″ H x 20″ W (greatest width) x 19″ (greatest depth)
Jack Rogers Hopkins
Unique Walnut Sculpture
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