Richard SnyderMarking(s); notes:
no marking(s) apparentCountry of origin; materials:
USA; wood, enameled metalDimensions (H, W, D):
10.75"h, 17.75"diaAdditional Information:
Richard Snyder was one of a group of artists who created furniture for Rick Kaufmann's Art et Industrie gallery in New York. "Art et Industrie was an art movement, led by Rick Kaufmann and Tracy Rust. Their vision drew incredibly gifted artists together to create one-of-a-kind art furniture and has left lasting impressions on generations of designers and artists. Art et Industrie revolutionized the concept of function vs. design in furniture-making in the late-1970s in America. As these magnificent works have passed the test of time, I knew it was critical to examine the impact this movement and its distinctive artists have had on the art world." ~ Pandora Castelli, excerpted from the Director's Statement for the upcoming "Art et Industrie" film.Fall 2021 Auction Series
Saturday, November 6th: Modern + Contemporary Art & Design (Session I)
Saturday, November 6th: Editions & Photography (Session II)
Sunday, November 7th: Branded Luxury & The Henry Torres Collection (Session III)Live previews begin October 25th, Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm ET. Please direct any questions and/or consignment inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
very good, minor chipping to feet, wear consistent with age and light useAll bidders in our auctions should be aware of the following:
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