Fanciful Side Table by John Raible

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Fanciful Side Table by John Raible

2,400.00

$2,400

United States
circa 1970s

Fanciful and anthropomorphic side table (or drink stand) in walnut with a free-edge top and biomorphic legs and feet--sort of Gaudi by way of Wendell Castle, with an interesting play of positive and negative space to the base. By New York architect, sculptor, and artisan John Raible, executed circa 1970s. Raible (1932-2008) received a degree in architecture from Pratt in 1955 and showed his work in metal and wood at NYC galleries throughout the 1970s and 1980s. The present work is from his estate in Hastings-on-Hudson. Measurements are of the footprint, including the splay of the base. The top itself measures approximately 12.5" x 12".

Condition
EXCELLENT

Measurements
Height: 22.5 in.
Width/Length: 18.5 in.
Depth: 11 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/techniques: Carved and joined walnut

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