This chapter focuses on Morris's architect, French-born engineer Peter (Pierre) Charles L'Enfant. It describes his architectural commissions, complaints about the quality of his work, and his relationship with Morris. In designing Morris's house on Chestnut Street, L'Enfant turned explicitly to a Parisian theme, creating the most direct example of French art in his career.
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