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date: 30 September 2020

Pugin, Auguste Charleslocked

(1768/9–1832)
  • Alexandra Wedgwood

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Pugin, Auguste Charles (1768/9–1832), artist and architectural draughtsman, was born in the parish of St Sulpice, Paris, one of the seven children of François Joseph Pugin (fl. 1765–1794), who was probably in the service of a German aristocrat resident in Paris, and of ...

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