Nathan Terré (1938 - Present) is an American artist, art restorer, antique dealer, and art collector. Terré traveled extensively studying art throughout the United States. He was involved in the art-nouveau inspired Fillmore Art movement in the 1960s, and was in San Francisco for the 1967 Summer of Love. There he illustrated promotional material for the Straight Theater, the Middle Earth Clothing Company, and 'The Charlatans,' a band he also managed. He finally settled in Missoula, Montana, in 1974 (or earlier), where he runs the antique shop and restoration studio Atelier Boheme. Terré also does appraisals for the Antiques Road Show.