Royal Military School, with Henri van Dievoet

Henri Maquet (August 30, 1839 – November 27, 1909)[1] was a Belgian architect, best known for his work for King Leopold II of Belgium.

Born in Brussels, Maquet trained in Liege, at the Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, then worked in the office of Hendrik Beyaert. His work includes:

Maquet's daughters were Fernand Khnopff model.

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  1. ^ "Henri Maquet", Wikipédia (in French), 1 May 2018, retrieved 30 August 2018

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