Eugène Gaillard


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(b 1862; d 1933). French designer and barrister. He published his theories about avant-garde furniture and became established as an advocate of the modern school. Although known almost exclusively for his furniture, he also designed a wide range of objects and decorative schemes in an elegant Art Nouveau style.


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Subjects: Decorative Arts, Furniture, and Industrial Design.

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