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KLENZE Leo von (b. 1784, Bockenem, d. 1864, Mnchen) Nationality : German

German architect and landscape and portrait painter. He was court architect to Jerome Bonaparte of Westphalia and to Louis I of Bavaria, for whom he built many structures in the Italian Renaissance and neo-classical styles. His chief works in Munich were the Glyptothek (1816-30), the Pinakothek, and the Odeon (1828). In 1839 he began additions to the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. In addition to building, Von Klenze studied public building finance, designed and arranged museum galleries of ancient art, and was an accomplished painter.

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