Baillairgé

Baillargé

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  • Charles-Philippe-Ferdinand Baillairgé (1826-1906) est un architecte canadien.
  • François Baillairgé (1759-1830) est un architecte, sculpteur et peintre canadien. Il est un des premiers canadiens a avoir étudier l'art dans les grandes académies d'Europe.
  • Jean Baillairgé (1726-1741) est un architecte canadien, père de François.
  • Pierre-Florent Baillairgé (1761-1812) est un sculpteur canadien, fils de François.
  • Thomas Baillairgé (1791-1851) est un architecte et sculpteur canadien, neveu de François.
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  • George-Frédéric-Théophile Baillairgé — George Frédéric Théophile Baillairgé, (16 October 1824 ndash; 7 December 1909), was from afamily that traced its distinguished roots in Lower Canada to Jean Baillairgé. He had a good education, was fluently bilingual and then studied law for a… …   Wikipedia

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