More Is More: Tony Duquette by Hutton WilkinsonMore Is More: Tony Duquette by Hutton Wilkinson

More Is More: Tony Duquette

byHutton Wilkinson

Hardcover | October 1, 2009

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More Is More, the exquisite second volume about Tony Duquette, delves into the creative process and personal life of this great American designer renowned for his fantastical artwork, sculpture, jewelry, gardens, film sets, and interiors. Using "The Enchanted Vision"--a three-day lecture delivered by Duquette at UCLA in the early 1970s--as its springboard, More Is More conveys through lavish illustrations Duquette's artistic credo on the arts of living and the living arts. Author Hutton Wilkinson explains Duquette's design philosophy, creative process, and studio practices, as well as the evolution of his exceptional style and vision.
While Duquette's own work receives full attention, an entire chapter is devoted to the artwork and persona of his wife, Elizabeth "Beegle". This personal dimension is further enhanced by countless anecdotes about the fabulous life they led together: their international travels, active social lives among royalty and the jet-set, their many dinner parties and gatherings, their homes and studios.
The final chapter reveals that Duquette's legacy is alive and well as Wilkinson continues to develop the Duquette style and expand the brand across the globe.
Hutton Wilkinson is president of Tony Duquette, Inc., where he continues Duquette's business as a jewelry and interiors designer. He is also president of the Elsie de Wolfe Foundation. He lives at Dawnridge, Duquette's Beverly Hills estate. John Galliano is chief designer of Christian Dior in Paris.
Title:More Is More: Tony DuquetteFormat:HardcoverDimensions:368 pages, 12.25 × 10.35 × 1.62 inPublished:October 1, 2009Publisher:Harry N. AbramsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0810957027

ISBN - 13:9780810957022