Tony Duquette most iconic Art Work "The Phoenix Rising from it's Flames."

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One of the iconic art work of designer Tony Duquette (1914-1999). "The Phoenix Rising from it's Flames." This sculpture was created for the exhibition of the same name at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art in Westwood, California in 1994 and it was presented with others 20 different structures. Celebrating rebirth and continuance. Dimensions: Size 80 cm width x 66cm depth overall height with metal stand 150 cm. There is one-light source in the interior. Duquette kept one of the 20 pieces made in his House and it was featured in a photo shooting of vogue featuring the house of Tony Duquette (photographer Richard Powers). Dimensions: Size 80 cm width x 66cm depth overall height with metal stand 150 cm. provenance Salle Drouot paris

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Quantity:
1
Period:
1990-1999
Place of origin:
United States
Style:
Mid-Century Modern
Dimensions (cm):
150H x 80W x 66D
Dimensions (inch):
59,06H x 31,50W x 25,98D
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Material:
Metal, Fabric, Bakelite, Fiberglass
Condition:
Good;
Inventory ID:
Tony duquette Phoenix
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Bank wire transfer
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