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Louis Le Vau
He was born and died in Paris.
His most notable works include the Palace of Versailles and his collaboration with Claude Perrault on the Louvre. He was responsible, with André Le Nôtre and Charles Le Brun, for the redesign of the château of Vaux-le-Vicomte. His other works included the Château de Vincennes, the Institut de France (College of Four-Nations), the church of St. Sulpice.
Other works include:
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