Jacques-François Blondel  

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Jacques-François Blondel (Rouen, January 17, 1705 — January 9, 1774) was a French architect. He was the grandson ("le petit Blondel") of François Blondel ("le grand Blondel"), whose course of architecture had appeared in four volumes in 1683.



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