Gabriel, Jacques

Gabriel, Jacques

(1698–1782)
One of the greatest eighteenth-century Neoclassical architects in France; architect to King Louis XV, with additions to the Royal Palace at Fontainbleau in 1748 and the Place de la Concorde, Paris, in 1753.
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