Introduction
Emilio Rene Terry y Sánchez (1890–1969), known as Emilio Terry was a French architect, artist, interior decorator and landscape designer of Cuban-Irish ancestry. Creating furniture, tapestries and objets d'art, he was influenced by the château de Chenonceau, acquired by his family, and he created a style that was at once classical and baroque, which he called the "Louis XVII style".
Wikidata
Q3052340
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Introduction
French furniture designer and architect.
Nationalities
Cuban, French
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Designer, Furniture Designer, Interior Designer
Names
Emilio Terry, Émilio Terry
Ulan
500015165
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