Jack Rogers Hopkins, Unique Walnut Sculpture, USA, c. 1970

Jack Rogers Hopkins, Unique Walnut Sculpture, USA, c. 1970
Free

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)

Additional Information

CREATOR:

Jack Rogers Hopkins

TITLE:

Unique Walnut Sculpture

COUNTRY:

USA

CREATION DATE:

c. 1970

REFERENCE NUMBER:

TMO82

360 View is not available for this item.

Video is not available for this item.

Todd Merrill Studio
80 Lafayette Street
New York NY 10013
Phone: 212 673 0531
Website: www.ToddMerrillStudio.com
E-mail: [email protected]
Instagram: @ToddMerrillStudio
Todd Merrill Summer Studio
11 South Main Street
Southampton, NY 11968
Phone: 631 259 3601