Category:Jules Bouy

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English: Jules Bouy (1872-1937), French furniture maker and interior designer active in the United States. Trained as a metalsmith, he came to New York City as a representative of a Parisian decorating firm. In 1928, he started his own business, Bouy, Inc., designing and fabricating entire interiors including furniture, and favoring luxurious materials and tropical hardwoods. Among his clients was Lizzie P. Bliss, one of the founders of the Museum of Modern Art.
Jules Bouy (sl); Jules Bouy (nl); Jules Bouy (fr); Jules Bouy (es); Jules Bouy (sq); Jules Bouy (ca); Jules Bouy (en); Jules Bouy (ast) artista francés (es); artiste français (fr); artista frantziarra (eu); Frans kunstenaar (1872-1937) (nl); artista francès (ca); artista francês (pt); French-American furniture maker 1872-1937 (en); artista francés (1872–1937) (ast); artista francés (gl); artista francese (it)
Jules Bouy 
French-American furniture maker 1872-1937
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