Barthélèmy, Jacques-Eugène

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Barthélèmy, Jacques-Eugène (1799–1882). French architect, whose Notre-Dame de Bon-Sécours, near Rouen (1840–7), is one of the most important early examples of C13 Gothic Revival in France. As Diocesan Architect of Rouen, he carried out numerous restorations, including work at St-Maclou, Rouen.

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Saur (1993)