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Lequeu: An Architectural Enigma

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Jean-Jacques Lequeu does in fact hide behind the most enigmatic and controversial smile in the history of art, writes Philippe Duboy in a book that is one of the most tantalizing examples of architectural investigation ever produced. It is an extraordinary compilation - part speculative biography, part meticulous research, with hundreds of intriguing drawings, many in ...more
Hardcover, 367 pages
Published November 29th 1986 by MIT Press (MA) (first published January 1st 1986)
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Architectural mixed with figure drawings, "18th century maverick..forerunner of surrealism...radical graphics
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