Lobel Modern (Opposite) Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, Grace and Harmony, signed on bases, one-of-a-kind pair of illuminated bronze sculpture floor lamps, c.1970 (Right) Anzolo Fuga, Large and exceptional hand-blown glass Pavone vase for AVEM, Murano, Italy, 1957â€“60 (Below) Paul Evans, Rare credenza model PE-366 for Directional Furniture, walnut burl and brass with brown fiberglass top, 1965
Lobel Modern was established by Evan Lobel in New York City in 1998 to promote important 20th-century designers, whose originality and exceptional craftsmanship and materials transformed their works into art. The gallery showcases period furniture, lighting, art, and decorative arts. Lobel Modern has since become a critical resource for designers, architects, and collectors the world over. Featured designers include: Karl Springer, Gabriella Crespi, Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, Paul Evans, Vladimir Kagan, Tommi Parzinger, and Anzolo Fuga.
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