Oscar Bach Coffee Table
New York, ca. 1930
19.75 x 32 x 18.75 in
Marble, wrought iron, bronze
Provenance: Property of a private collector, Delaware
Permanent collections: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Minneapolis Museum of Art, The Wolfsonian, and Reynolda House.
Bach was one of the most technically skilled in decorative metal works in the early 20th century. He was fond of the zodiac, lush scrollings of grapevines, classical masks, mythological symbols and elements.