DECADES: Bill Blass
Decades: Bill Blass’ penthouse apartment in this issue of DECADES.
HOUSE & GARDEN, NOVEMBER 1985
Photographs by François Halard
Text: John Richardson
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In the living room, a bust by Marc Chabry looms in the foreground, left. A terra-cotta torso by Innocenzo Spinazzi sits on late – 18th century commode under a trompe-l’oeil painting by Johannes Leemans. Above right: A collection of 18th and 19th-century architectural drawings, hangs in the front hall; on the 18th-century Irish mahogany side table, a painting by Karl Jensen stands between two carved wood bozzeti.
A view through a mahogany and glass screen into the light-filled living room.
19th century Aubusson anchors the sofa by Mac II and a pair of Chinese red lacquered side tables.
A collection of bronzes sits on mantel beneath an 18th-century English gilt frame mirror.
Antique marble heads sit on a pair of fluted mahogany columns. Swedish chairs covered in sailcloth.
A collection of old master drawings.