noting or pertaining to the rococo style of architecture, furnishings, and decoration prevailing in France in the early and mid-18th century, characterized by fantasy, lightness, elegance, and comfort.
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How to use Louis Quinze in a sentence
Upper East Side apartments contain Louis Quinze rooms bedecked in furniture that appears to be made of solid gold.American Dreams, 1923: Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton | Nathaniel Rich | March 28, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Upon the veranda-stoop of the Louis Quinze stood a man of apparently about twenty-eight years of age.
He approached Valmond, who was moving on towards the Louis Quinze, with appreciation of a time for disappearing.
All the soul cramped in the small body was showing in his eyes, as on that day when he had sung before the Louis Quinze.
As he sat alone in the quiet dusk of his room at the Louis Quinze waiting for Parpon, there came a tap at his door.
In this the equal delicacy of the sentiment and of the painting combine to effect a little masterpiece of Louis Quinze art.Six Centuries of Painting | Randall Davies
British Dictionary definitions for Louis Quinze
of or relating to the rococo style of the furniture, decoration, and architecture of the time of Louis XV of France
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