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François-Narcisse Pagot

(1780—1844)


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(1780–1844).

French architect. A pupil of de la Barre, he became Architect to the City of Orléans, where he built the Palais de Justice, Grain-Market, Abattoir, Library, and Lunatic Asylum. He also laid out the Botanic Gardens and completed the portal of the Cathedral. Most of these works were carried out in the 1820s.

Sturgis et al. (1901–2)

Subjects: Architecture.


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