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Paul Evans

Paul R. Evans II (20 May 1931 – 7 March 1987) was an American born furniture designer, sculptor, and artist, who is famous for his contributions to American furniture design and the American craft Movement of the 1970s, and with his work with the influential American manufacturer Directional Furniture. Paul Evans’ creation of metal sculpted furniture set him apart.

James Mont Pair of Carved Lamps Circa 1950s - Todd Merrill

Todd Merrill on American Furniture Designer Paul Evans

Todd Merrill and Dorsey Reading discuss Paul Evans Studio

Paul Evans Directional Cityscape Bed With King Size Canopy - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Metal Sculpture 1957 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente Shelf - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Patchwork Dining Table or Executive Desk - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente Cocktail Cube c.1970 PE-37 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Walnut and Chrome Wall Mount Console - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente Cabinet 1974 PE-43 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Chrome Cityscape Console - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Wall Mural 1968 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Patchwork Burl Game Table - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente Dining Table - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Maple Burl Patchwork Dining Table - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Rare Seven Foot Steel Sculpture 1964 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Console in Sculpted Bronze 1970 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Sculpture Front Console 1968 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente End Table - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Rare Pair Argente Cabinets c.1970 - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Custom King Sized Argente Canopy Bed USA - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Directional Cityscape Dining Table with Double Pedestal - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Directional Cityscape Coffee Table in Chrome and Brass - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Directional Cityscape Cantilever Table II - Todd Merrill

Paul Evans Argente Cabinet 1970 PE-43 - Todd Merrill