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Last NameDelamonce    
Given NameFerdinand    
alt. NamesF. D. ;    
MarriageMarie Nay, fille de François Nay, marchand, de Françoise Faure, on Aug. 6, 1731    
Children    
Year born1678 in Munich, Bavaria, now Germany    
Year died1753    
Place of deathLyon, France    
Father's occupationarchitect Jean Delamonce (1635-1708)    
Relatives    
Education    
Country of ActivityFrance    
Worked forIsaac Newton: Optice sive de reflexionibus, refractionibus, inflexionibus et coloribus lucis (Lausanne & Geneva 1740, frontispiece) ; Leonard Euler ; Vincent Le Sueur (1668-1743) ; Père Ménestrier: L'Histoire de Lyon (1696) ; Père Dominique de Colonia: Les Antiquités profanes et sacrées de la ville de Lyon ; Carte pour l'intelligence des voiages d'Abraham, faits par l'ordre de Dieu, en Asie et en Egypte;     
Patronagemembre of the "l'Académie des Beaux-Arts de Lyon" ;    
Collaboratorscopper engraver -> Daudet & J.-F. Cars ;    
Techniquesphysical, mathematical, optical, architectural, and topographical drawing    
Sample(s)https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/kiefer/catalogue-id-antiqu10001/lot-d2c57ba4-fe4f-48a7-8ec9-a47400b018b3    
Archival sourceshttps://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferdinand-Sigismond_Delamonce    
Published sources    
otherArchitect and draughtsman of various engravings between 1696 and 1735, active in Italy 1715-1728, in Marseille in 1729, then in Aix, Avignon and Grenoble, and finally in Lyon since 1731, who was also active in Germany, and Switzerland.    
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