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Charles David

(1552—1650)


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(1552–1650).

French architect and son-in-law of Nicholas Lemercier (see Lemercier, Pierre), he succeeded his father-in-law as architect of St-Eustache, Paris, in 1585, and was involved in the construction of the choir and nave (completed 1637).

Sturgis et al. (1901–2)

Subjects: Architecture.


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