Hippolyte Jean Blanc (1844-1917)

Hippolyte Jean Blanc (8 August 1844 – 17 March 1917) was a Scottish architect. born in Edinburgh to French parents, Best known for his church buildings in the Gothic revival style, Blanc was also a keen antiquarian who oversaw meticulously researched restoration projects.

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