André Arbus Mid-Century French Sycamore Desk / Writing Table

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Item #: REG4933

Mid-Century French (1940s) sycamore rectangular desk / writing table featuring molded decorative reserves, 3 front frieze drawers with bronze star-shaped escutcheons & ring pulls, a set of faux drawers on the reverse, standing on 4 tapered square legs with brass sabots. (ANDRÉ ARBUS).

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André Arbus Mid-Century French Sycamore Desk / Writing Table

Mid-Century French (1940s) sycamore rectangular desk / writing table featuring molded decorative reserves, 3 front frieze drawers with bronze star-shaped escutcheons & ring pulls, a set of faux drawers on the reverse, standing on 4 tapered square legs with brass sabots. (ANDRÉ ARBUS)

DETAILS

Sku:  REG4933
Ships From: New York, NY
Creator: Andre Arbus

DIMENSIONS (INCHES)

Width:  60.0"
Height: 30.5"
Depth : 32.0"

INFO

Style:  Mid-Century
Materials & Techniques: Brass, bronze, metal, sycamore, wood
Category: Tables, Office/Library
Condition: {$product->ConditionNotes}}
Good; Wear consistent with age and use

About Andre Arbus

Andre Arbus (1903-1969) was a prominent French furniture and decorative arts designer who played a significant role in the mid-20th-century design movement. Known for his distinctive style and meticulous craftsmanship, Arbus created timeless pieces that continue to be revered today.

Born on October 14, 1903, in Toulouse, France, Andre Arbus showed an early interest in the arts and pursued formal training in architecture at the prestigious Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Toulouse. After completing his studies, he moved to Paris, where he began his career as a designer.

Arbus quickly gained recognition for his unique approach to furniture design, which seamlessly blended classicism with modernism. He drew inspiration from various artistic movements, including Art Deco and

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