Duc, Gabriel Le

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Duc, Gabriel Le (d. 1704). French architect. He designed several houses in Paris, mostly destroyed, but he is best known for his work at the Val-de-Grâce, Paris, in c.1658, where, with Le Muet, he constructed (c.1654–65) the vaults, dome, and other upper parts of the church, refining and improving the designs of Mansart and Lemercier.


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