Person    | Male  Born 1762  Died 1832

Auguste Charles Pugin

Categories: Architecture

Countries: France

Architectural draughtsman. Born in Paris, a member of the French aristocracy who fled France during the Revolution and spent much of his life in England. Father of Augustus Pugin.

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Auguste Charles Pugin

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Pugin family

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