Paul Evans, Argente Cube Table (PE-37), USA c.1970
A Low Argente Series Cocktail Cube by Paul Evans. USA, circa 1970.
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, Paul Evans produced a distinctive line of aluminum works under the title Argente (Latin for silver) from 1965 to 1972. The works are characterized by the juxtaposition of opaque black and reflective silver populated by pictographic “drawings” and patterns. Due to their high production cost, as well as inherent difficulties in producing the line, which created a dangerous studio environment, Argente was one of Evans’ shortest lived, and most highly sought-after series of works.
Dimensions: 18″ H x 16″ W x 16″ D
|Dimensions||16 × 16 × 16 in|
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