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Chryostome Quatremère de Quincy (1755–1849)

Quatremère de Quincy, Chryostome (kätr-mãr dė ka‘sē). A French archæologist and writer on art; born at Paris, Oct. 28, 1755; died there, Dec. 8, 1849. Among his writings are: ‘Dictionary of Architecture’ (3 vols., 1786–1828); ‘Olympian Jupiter; or, the Ancient Art of Sculpture’ (1814); ‘Life and Works of Raphael’ (1824); ‘Ancient Monuments and Works of Art Restored’ (2 vols., 1826–28); ‘Lives of the Most Famous Architects’ (3 vols., 1830); ‘Canova and his Works’ (1834); ‘Biography of Michael Angelo.’