An exotic lattice/trellis print from a Tony Duquette design
by Jim Thompson.
Tony Duquette (1914-1999) with Elsie De Wolfe in 1947
Duquette created total fantasy environments in his interiors and exteriors.
The above two lattice-works are from his own homes.
He used lattice to add a opulent Asian look.
He was a protege of Elsie De Wolfe,
worked in film and theater and as a sort of installation artist.
Cobina Wright's living room with a Paris Snowflake Screen
and other Duquette fancies
The name of this book on Duquette---More is More,
seems to capture the whole concept.