Joseph-Jacques Ramée

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Joseph Ramée in 1832

Joseph-Jacques Ramée (April 26, 1764 in Charlemont, France — May 18, 1842 at the Chateau de Beaurains, Noyon) was a French architect, interior designer, and landscape architect working within the neoclassicist idiom.

He was a student of the architect and landscape architect François-Joseph Bélanger. In his lifetime, he worked in France, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, and the United States. He also published books on landscaping with his own numerous garden designs as examples.

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  • Paul Venable Turner: Joseph Ramée. International Architect of the Revolutionary Era. Cambridge/New York/Melbourne 1996
  • Bärbel Hedinger und Julia Berger (Hrsg.): Joseph Ramée, Gartenkunst, Architektur, Dekoration, ein Internationaler Baukünstler des Klassizismus, Altonaer Museum, Deutscher Kunstverlag, München, Berlin 2003 ISBN 3-422-06436-2

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