Iconic designer Tony Duquette was renowned for his over-the-top theatrical sets, the grand fetes he staged, and perhaps most of all, his jaw-dropping interiors. His talent and magnetism kept him in the spotlight through most of the 20th century. With his namesake studio still open for business, and longtime partner Hutton Wilkinson at the helm, Duquette’s singular style continues to make its magnificent mark.
An original linocut printed in black ink on
white Rives wove paper, bearing the artist’s estate monogram blindstamp lower right. From an edition of 100, numbered in pencil lower left 32/100. There were 125 impressions printed on Vélin de Rives ...
1967. Text in Italian. By Prof. Bruno Molajoli
and Prof. Giuseppe Liverani. Published by the Societa Ceramica Italiana Richard Ginori. 267 pages with 165 full-page plates, most of which are in color. This limited-edition folio volume, numbered 644 of only ...
First edition, 1958. Text in Italian. By Giovanni
Cecchini and Dario Neri. Dozens of full-page color plates illustrate the armorial motifs and heraldic emblems of the costumes and banners displayed during the twice-yearly race known as the Palio di Siena. ...