Following is the online obituary, The New York Times, by Richard Sandomir, June 24, 2019.
"Robert Therrien, Sculptor, Dies at 71; He Made the Mundane Monumental; Mr. Therrien’s dining room table was the model for his best-known work: a 10-foot-high replica that let viewers see it from below, as a child might.
Robert Therrien, whose lifelong fascination with household objects like tables and chairs and pots and pans led him to recreate them as colossal sculptures, died on June 17 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 71.
The cause was cancer, said Dean Anes, the liaison to Mr. Therrien from the Gagosian Gallery, which represented him.
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