Julian Schnabel Mid-Century Modern Style Nightstand / End Table /Chest , a Pair
A spectacular pair of Mid-Century Modern style two drawers nightstands , chests or end tables designed by the New Yorker artist Julian Schnabel ( American, 1951) for the historical GRAMERCY PARK Hotel. The nightstand are finely hand crafted featuring studded design and bronze sunburst design pulls. The surface is leather tooled in a dark chocolate tone and the interior is painted in red. The pair of nightstands, chests or end tables are sturdy and provide enough room to store items while adding a touch of style to any room or design. Own a piece of NYC history while elevating the style of your space!
About Julian Schnabel : Julian Schnabel (b. 1951, Brooklyn, NY) is one of the most seminal and virtuosic artists working today. His multidisciplinary practice extends beyond painting to include sculpture, film, architecture and furniture. He is an award winning movie director but primarily a painter.
About the Gramercy Park Hotel :
The Gamercy Park was a luxury hotel located at 2 Lexington Avenue, in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, adjacent to the park of the same name. It was known for its rich history. Gramercy Park Hotel was designed by Robert T. Lyons and built by the developer brothers Bing & Bing from 1924–1925, with a westward extension along Gramercy Park North – a continuation of East 21st Street – designed by the firm of Thompson & Churchill and built in 1929–1930. Both wings were designed in Renaissance Revival style. The hotel occupies the site of the former homes of the flamboyant architect Stanford White, political leader and defender of agnosticism Robert Ingersoll and lawyer-diarist George Templeton Strong.
Dimensions: 22.25” H x 18.5” W x 14” D
Style: Mid-Century Modern
Condition: Good. Refinished. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading. Some minor scratches and marks to the surface. Couple studs are missing in the back.
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