Albert Lévy (life dates unknown)


After World War I, Lévy took over publication of the influential art journal Art et décoration (established in 1897), and later published L’Architecte (established 1906). During the 1920s, his series on the decorative arts, Collection documentaire d’art moderne, included titles about tapestry, lace, iron-work, and printed fabrics, as well as interior design. Lévy stopped publishing during the 1930s.