Donald Judd (Designer)
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This Library Desk in solid cypress by Donald Judd is an iconic example of the wood furniture designs the artist completed in his lifetime. Originally designed for use in his own homes and offices, Judd’s wood and metal furniture is instantly recognizable and made in the same techniques and materials used in his larger body of work. Judd’s furniture designs are collectible and one of the most important examples of artist-designed furniture. This table was designed in 1982 and fabricated in 2006. A stamp issued by Judd Furniture is impressed on the underside and authenticates the work. This examples is currently located in our NYC showroom and is available for viewing.
The B-vB reference number refers to the catalogue for the exhibition Donald Judd Furniture Retrospective at Museum Boymans-van Beuningen. Rotterdam. 4 April – 20 June 1993.
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Wear consistent with age and use
33 in. H x 88 in. W x 44 in. D
84 cm H x 224 cm W x 112 cm D
Jersey City, NJ
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