Isaac de Caus

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Isaac de Caus
Born 1590
Dieppe
Died 1648
Paris
Nationality French
Occupation Architect
Buildings Wilton House

Isaac de Caus (1590–1648) was a French landscaper and architect. He arrived in England in 1612 to carry on the work that his brother Salomon de Caus had left behind. He is noted for his work at Wilton House and Lincoln's Inn.

He was the architect in charge of carrying out Inigo Jones's design for Covent Garden.[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Summerson, John. Inigo Jones. Penguin, 1966. p. 96. Retrieved 2010-08-23.

References

  • Wilton garden: New and rare inventions of waterworks. New York: Garland. 1982. ISBN 9780824001780.
  • Strong, Roy C. (1979). The Renaissance garden in England. London: Thames and Hudson. ISBN 9780500012093.
  • Harris, John; Tait, A. A. (1979). 'Catalogue of the drawings by Inigo Jones, John Webb, and Isaac de Caus at Worcester College, Oxford. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198173625.
  • Haag, E. (1854). La France protestante t III (in French). Librairie Sandoz et Fischbacher. pp. 278–9.
  • Oursel, Noémi-Noire (1886). Nouvelle Biographie normande t. 1 [New Normandy Biography] (in French). Paris: Picard. p. 169.
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