Neal Small Modern Cubist Multi-faceted Sculptural Wall Mirror
An iconic Neal Small ( America, 1937) cubist design sloped mirror, crafted in 1975 by the visionary American designer. Each facet of the mirror reflects Small's mastery, while the original enameled paint adorning the thick wood frame adds a touch of bold sophistication. Built to withstand the test of time, this mirror stands as a testament to meticulous craftsmanship. The mirror is sturdy and well made.
About the designer:
Neal Small, born in New York City in 1937, earned the moniker "Prince of Plastic" for his groundbreaking use of materials like Plexiglas and Lucite in crafting furniture, lighting, home accessories, and sculptures. In the mid-1960s, he established Neal Small Designs on West 24th Street in Chelsea, where he produced and marketed his innovative creations to esteemed retailers like Bloomingdale’s, B. Altman & Co, W & J Sloan, and Scarabaeus. Over the course of his career, Small garnered nine Excellence of Design awards from Industrial Design Magazine, in collaboration with prestigious institutions such as The Smithsonian Institution, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. His work graces prominent collections including those of The Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian Institution, and the Walker Art Center. Currently, Small resides and practices his artistry in rural Maine.
Dimensions: 35.75” H x 35.75” W x 2.5” D
Condition: Good. Wear consistent with age and use.
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