PIANIST center table Estremoz marble
The PIANIST center table by INSIDHERLAND, doesn’t represent the piano but the hands of the artist, vehicle of technique and emotion. The brass blades design the shape of the four longest fingers that, on a white keyboard in Estremoz marble, release a melody hidden within the musical notes.
EIDOLA: Weiland Pianist, 1940, belongs to a series of 24 drawings created in the final stage of Paul Klee’s life. Among them, the Swiss painter and musician portrays the souls of musicians who, having lost their instruments, continue to play music using their own bodies. In Pianist, the keyboard is presented as part of the body, perhaps representing the physical and spiritual connection that Klee himself had with his wife Lily Stumpf who was also a pianist, but in detail, Klee’s drawing presents only the piano’s black keys, leaving the white keys on invisibility.
IDENTITY, Joana Santos Barbosa 2016
Top: Estremoz marble
Base: Handcrafted in oxidized brushed brass with matt varnish
Top: Carrara, Nero Marquina, Calacatta marble (not pictured), others on request
Base: Polished, brushed, oxidized brushed or aged brushed brass/copper/steel
Height. 38 cm
Width. 130 cm
Depth. 75 cm
approx. 115 kg
Production time after commission: 10weeks
Plus delivery time for shipping: 1 week
The cost of delivery varies by destination.