Huvé, Jean-Jacques-Marie

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Huvé, Jean-Jacques-Marie (1783–1852). French architect. A pupil of his father, Jean-Jacques Huvé(1742–1808), and Percier, he later worked with Vignon at the Temple de la Gloire, Paris, and later became sole architect, completing it (1817–42) as the Madeleine, a sumptuous Roman temple. He was Architect to the Paris hospices and to the postal service.

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D. Watkin (1986)