Eudes de Montreuil
Eudes de Montreuil was a 13th-century French master builder, sculptor and combat engineer. He may have died in 1289.
Under the reign of Louis IX of France, Montreuil erected many buildings in Paris, mainly churches, the chapel of the Hôtel-Dieu, the église des Chartreux, the église des Blancs-Manteaux, the église des Cordeliers de Paris , the Couvent des Mathurins de Paris , the église de Sainte-Catherine, the Hospice of the Quinze-Vingts. He is attributed the main portal of the church of Mantes-la-Ville (Yvelines).
He carved his own tomb: a bas-relief representing him holding a try square and surrounded by his two wives. This tomb disappeared in the fire of the church of the Cordeliers of Paris on 15 November 1580.
De Montreuil may have been the father of architect Pierre de Montreuil.
- Milizia, Francesco (1725-1798) Lives of ancient and modern architects who made themselves famous among different nations. Volume 1 /. Translated from Italian & enriched with historical & critical notes by M. Pingeron, Éd C. A. Joubert the older (Paris) 1771
- M. Héber, Picturesque and historical dictionary, or Description of architecture, painting, sculpture, engraving... natural history, antiquities and dates of the establishments and monuments of Paris, Versailles, Marly, Trianon, Saint-Cloud, Fontainebleau, Compiègne, other royal houses and castles about fifteen leagues around the capital... with the catalogue of the most famous ancient and modern artists and their lives., Éd C. Hérissant (Paris) 1766
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