Maxime Siroux

Maxime Siroux (25 October 1907 – 26 January 1975)[1] was a French architect and archaeologist. He worked with Andre Godard in Iran for many years. The design of the Tomb of Hafez has been attributed to him, among other works.[2] The design of Iran's National Museum is also attributed to him and fellow Frenchman Andre Godard.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://gw.geneanet.org/fhuneau?lang=fr&n=siroux&oc=0&p=maxime
  2. ^ Yuka Kadoi, Iván Szántó. The Shaping of Persian Art: Collections and Interpretations of the Art of Islamic Iran and Central Asia. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2014. ISBN 1443864498, 9781443864497 pp.204
  3. ^ Sandy Isenstadt, Kishwar Rizvi. Modernism and the Middle East: Architecture and Politics in the Twentieth Century. Studies in Modernity and National Identity. University of Washington Press, 2011. ISBN 0295800305 pp.14