Paul Androuet du Cerceau

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Paul Androuet du Cerceau (1623–1710), was a French goldsmith and engraver, who was active in Paris around 1610.[1] According to Benezit, Reynaud presumes he is the son of the architect Jean Baptiste Androuet du Cerceau, who built the Pont Neuf in Paris,[2] but Paul is now believed to be the grandson of Jacques II Androuet du Cerceau.[3]

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  1. ^ Benezit, vol. 4, p. 1241; Miller 1998, vol. 9, p. 350.
  2. ^ Benezit, vol. 4, p. 1241.
  3. ^ Miller 1998, vol. 9, p. 350.


  • Benezit Dictionary of Artists (2006). "Ducerceau, Paul Androuet", vol. 4, p. 1241. Paris: Gründ. ISBN 9782700030709.
  • Miller, Naomi (1996). "Du Cerceau. French family of artists.", vol. 9, pp. 350–354, in The Dictionary of Art, edited by Jane Turner, reprinted with minor corrections in 1998. ISBN 9781884446009.