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Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), painted wrought steel bench, 1960s

Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), painted wrought steel bench, 1960s

Lofty says:

“Tony Duquette’s designs were often Neo-Baroque and contrasted sharply with the minimalist trends occurring around the middle of the century. The Louvre in Paris choose to give him a one-man exhibition in 1951, the first American they gave such an honor to. This settee is both sculptural and functional, and with a custom cushion, would be quite comfortable as well. It would enhance both a living room or a solarium, or anywhere that needs an element of fun and sophistication.” - Ursula LeBaron

Item Description:

Sinewy lines of wrought and welded steel, unsigned


Appears fine. Weathered patina overall with some sections with stronger wear than others. Stable. Please contact for specific condition questions.


Private collection, New York


Length 98 in. x Depth 26 in. x Height 47.38 in. (overall)

Height 17.5 in. x Depth 17 in. (seat)


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SKU: 01tj0000002uRgsAAE

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Tony Duquette (American, 1914-1999), painted wrought steel bench, 1960s

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