Louis Treize


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Louis Treize

 (trĕz′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of the heavy late-Renaissance style in architecture, furniture, and decoration of the reign of Louis XIII.

[French.]

Louis Treize

(trɛz)
adj
(Art Terms) of or relating to the style of furniture, decoration, and architecture of the time of Louis XIII of France, with rich decorative features based on classical models

Lou′is Treize′

(trɛz; Fr. trɛz)
adj.
of or designating the late Renaissance style of architecture, furniture, and decoration in France under Louis XIII.
[1880–85; < French: Louis XIII]
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