Joseph Ramée : International Architect of the Revolutionary Era.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. First edition. Original Blue Cloth w/Dust Jacket. Quarto, pp. 350, indexed with 19 color plates and 300 half-tone illustrations. As New in As New DJ. Item #3031

An architect who was forced to flee France during the Revolution, he worked in Belgium, Saxon, Denmark and America. The author describes how this nomadic architect "transmitted innovations from country to country" and also related to a variety of different clients, aristocrats, merchants, developers, and others. The author was a professor at Stanford University.

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