American, 1970s console table. A galvanized steel table in the form of a draped table with cloth folds and a one inch brass band on the skirt's edge. A brass plaque with artist's signature and Roman numerals XLII is found on the skirt; ht. 30 in., wd. 36.25 in., dp. 20.25 in.
John Dickinson is considered to be one of the most innovative and original American designers of the 20th century, working predominantly with the neutral color palette of plaster, tin and steel. Dickinson was able to use industrial materials with a sense of humor and playfulness. This table is an example of work made by Dickinson at the pinnacle of his career.
Condition: Minor wear.