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  • NameLouis Le Vau
  • Activity/Titlearchitect
  • Sexmale
  • Nationality/DatesFrench, born 1612, dead 1670
Work
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of part of the garden facade flanking the central pavilion
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of part of the garden facade, to the right of the central pavilion
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation and plan of a bottom part of the central pavillion
The Tuileries, Paris. Partial elevation of the court facade, second floor
The Tuileries, Paris. Interior elevation with niche statues and section through the tiers and beams
The Tuileries, Paris. Section through the attic and the dome of the central pavilion
The Tuileries, Paris. Section through the attic and the dome of the central pavilion
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of part of the attic of the central pavilion
The Tuileries or the Louvre, Paris. Cornice surmounted by an attic shaped like a balcony
The Tuileries, Paris. Section through two floors
The Louvre, Paris. Plan detail of part of the court, probably for the south-western part, with a temporary(?) extension
Versailles. Elevation, section and plan details of the terrace of the "Le Vau Envelope". Flap showing an alternative wall portion
Versailles. Measured drawing of wall portions of the palace with proposed reinforcements. Elevations, sections and plans
The Tuileries, Paris. Wall elevations of the great stable
French Palace. Elevation of garden facade
The Louvre, Paris. Profile of the court facade of the eastern range
The Tuileries, Paris. Halved elevation of an elaborate chimney and plans of flues
The Tuileries, Paris. Halved elevation of an elaborate chimney and plans of flues
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of a chimney and plans of flues
The Tuileries, Paris. Section through two floors of the central pavilion
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of the attic of the central pavilion
The Tuilieres, Paris. Plan and elevation of a part of the attic
Smaller French Palace. Elevation of entrance facade and plans of both floors
The Louvre, Paris. Draft for a temporary entrance building where the present eastern facade is
The Tuileries, Paris. Elevation of the top floor of the central pavilion
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