Billy Baldwin: The Great American Decorator
The definitive book on the legendary decorator Billy Baldwin, known as the "Dean of American Decorating," famous for his classical taste, streamlined modernism, and brilliant use of color. In the tradition of Rizzoli’s Albert Hadley and David Hicks, this is the first fully illustrated account of the career of Billy Baldwin (1903–1983), one of the most important decorators of the twentieth century, whose work has influenced contemporary designers from Bunny Williams to Jeffrey Bilhuber. A native of Baltimore, Baldwin’s work caught the eye of eminent New York decorator Ruby Ross Wood.
- Hardback | 256 pages
- 229 x 305 x 29.46mm | 1,918.7g
- 27 Oct 2010
- Rizzoli International Publications
- New York, United States
- 200 Illustrations