en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois-Joseph_B%C3%A9langerFrançois-Joseph Bélanger (French pronunciation: [fʁɑ̃swa ʒɔzɛf belɑ̃ʒe]; 12 April 1744 – 1 May 1818) was a French architect and decorator working in the Neoclassic style Contents 1 Life
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www.britannica.com/biography/Francois-Joseph-BelangerFrançois-Joseph Bélanger, architect, artist, landscape designer, and engineer, best known for his fantastic designs for private houses and gardens in pre-Revolutionary France. Bélanger was educated at the Collège de Beauvais, where he was taught physics by the Abbé Nollet and studied architecture
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www.getty.edu/art/collection/.../francois-joseph-belanger-french-1744-1818François-Joseph Bélanger's career as a prominent architect and designer in the 1700s was assisted by a series of important patrons and well-connected friends. When he was only twenty, Bélanger was admitted to the prestigious Académie Royale d'Architecture under the protection of the connoisseur the comte de Caylus.
www.worldcat.org/identities/lccn-nr92-001984Considérations sur l'opéra, et projet de construction d'une nouvelle salle, appelée Temple d'Apollon, avec une augmentation de 200,000 liv. de revenu annuel by François-Joseph Bélanger ( ) 3 editions published in 1789 in French and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois-Joseph_B%C3%A9langerFrançois-Joseph Bélanger (Paris, 12 de abril de 1744 — Paris, 1 de maio de 1818) foi um arquiteto e paisagista francês do estilo neoclássico.Considerado o mais influente arquiteto de jardins paisagísticos da França, estudou na Academia Real de Arquitetura (1764—1766), onde trabalhou com Julien-David Le Roy e Pierre Contant d'Ivry.Partiu para Roma para estudar com o intuito de ganhar ...
www.britannica.com/biography/Julien-David-LeRoyOther articles where Julien-David LeRoy is discussed: François-Joseph Bélanger: …Nollet and studied architecture under J.-D. Leroy. He visited England at least once, and the sketchbook that survives is a rare record of the view by a French architect of late 18th-century England.
voony.wordpress.com/tag/francois-joseph_belangerFrançois-Joseph_Bélanger will rebuilt the dome with an iron frame and copper surfacing in 1806-1811; After another fire in 1854, the building will be closed in 1873, and radically transformed by Henri Blondel in 1885, to give its today appearance, and to host a commodity trade market. Nowadays, it is used by the Paris Chamber of commerce
www.frick.org/exhibitions/gouthiere/duchess_of_mazarinJean-Démosthène Dugourc (François-Joseph Bélanger’s architectural firm), Project for the gallery-salon of the Duchess of Mazarin’s hôtel particulier, showing the wall with the chimneypiece and the location of two of the four panels of Gobelins tapestry commissioned in 1771 but not installed until 1776 (the chimneypiece does not ...