The 15th Century Painting that Inspired a Furniture Line

Design News 04.09.13

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Designer Mark Moskovitz broke out his sketchbook when he saw this painting in Berlin while visiting the Gemaldegalerie 7 years ago. Rediscovering the sketch and tracking down the Dieric Bouts work via Google Art Project, he created a furniture collection inspired by the modern lines of this table's legs.

In other news, JC Penney fires their CEO, and Matt Lauer's horse farm plans hit a snag. See the headlines after the jump.

• A Modern Table Lifted Straight From A Renaissance Painting | Co.Design
• JC Penney ousts CEO Ron Johnson, Ullman returns | Huff Post Business
• Matt Lauer's Horse Farm Plans Are Reined In | Huff Post Home

(Image: via Co.Design)

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