Jean-Claude Rambot (1621–1694) was a French sculptor and architect.
As a sculptor, he designed the Fontaine des Quatre-Dauphins in 1667, a fountain listed as a monument historique since 1905. He also designed the Atlas of the Pavillon Vendôme. Additionally, he designed the Hôtel d'Arbaud-Jouques, located at 19 Cours Mirabeau and listed since 1990, in 1670.
He died in 1694.
- The Parc Rambot, a public park in Aix-en-Provence, is named in his honour.
- Grands Aixois: Le 17ème siècle
- Michel Racine, Ernest J.-P. Boursier-Mougenot, Françoise Binet, The gardens of Provence and the French Riviera, MIT Press, 1987, p. 65 
- Hyacinthe Boniface, Arrests notables de la cour du parlement de Provence, p. 54, 1708 
- John MacBeath, Education and Schooling: Myth, Heresy and Misconception, Routledge, 2013, p. 158 
- Dominique Auzias, Jean-Paul Labourdette, Petit Futé 52 week-ends en France, Le Petit Futé, 2010, p. 312 
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