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Library, Chateau de Groussay (1815) *

Artist/Designer: Emilio Terry, Alexandre Serebriakoff

Project Location: France

Figure 1: Library in Chateau de Groussa. Source: Rosemary Beck, Library at Chateau de Groussay in France. 2011, Digital Image ( Source | Accessed : March 20, 2014 | Photographer: Emilio Terry and Alexandre Serebriakoff )


Primary Material(s):
Glass, Wood, Paint, Color

Library, Residential Structure

Related Website(s):

Significant Date(s):
19th Century, 1815

Additional Information:
Publications/Texts in Print:

Baudot, Francois and Jean Demachy. A Passion for Collecting: Decorating with Art and Antiques. New York: Filipacchi Pub., 2004.
McGlynn, Mary. "A Famed Chateau Empties Its Elegant Contents." Wall Street Journal (Brussels), 1999.
"Taking an Intimate Look Into Castles and Chateaus." New York Times (1923-Current File) (New York, N.Y.), 1991.

Building Address: Rue de Versailles, 78490 Montfort-l'Amaury, France

Significant Dates: Constructed by (1815)
(1938 - 1939) Carlos de Beistegui bought the Mansion

Supporting Staff/ Designers: N/A

Tags: Antique, Follies, Castles, Chateaus, Marie-Antoinette Style, Wood, Anglo-Chinese

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