The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California is a glorious testament to French design in the 20th century. The collections include all manner of French cars – be they touring or competition, and from the greatest marques, including Delahaye, Delage, Voisin, Hispano Suiza, Peugeot, and Talbot Lago.
But the Mullin Museum holds a special place for the artistry and talents of the Bugatti family. From the cars of Ettore and Jean Bugatti, to the fanciful furniture of Carlo Bugatti, and the sculpture of Rembrandt, the tribute is as breath-taking as it is historically significant.
The Art of Bugatti: Mullin Automotive Museum, highlights the vision of Peter and Merle Mullin as it presents some 29 cars, artwork, furniture and family artifacts in this tribute to the great French marque.
Written by noted French car expert Richard Adatto, Bugatti historian Julius Kruta and furniture authority Christina Japp, The Art of Bugatti brings the heritage of this famous family of artists and innovators to life. With rarely seen historical photographs and documents, each car is presented anew in studio photography by renowned automotive photographer Michael Furman.