Tony Duquette

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Born in 1914, Tony Duquette was one of the most celebrated and talented American designers of the Twentieth Century, excelling in multiple fields of interior, set, jewelry, costume, and object design.

Winning scholarships at Chouinard Art Institute and the Yale School of the Theatre, he was discovered by socialite and designer Elsie de Wolfe. His costume designs for the Broadway production of Camelot won him a Tony Award in 1961. He died in 1999.

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Title

Governor's Pole

Artist

Tony Duquette, American ~ 1914 - 1999

Dated

1977

Signed

Lower Right

Provenance

From a La Quinta, California estate

Medium

Gouache On Paper

Price

$1500.00

Size

13.75" by 11"

Style

Realism Landscape

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