Cabanel, Rudolph (DNB00)
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|Rudolphe Cabanel in the ODNB.|
CABANEL, RUDOLPH (1762–1889), architect, was born at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1782. He came to England early in life, and settled in London, where he was employed in construction of several theatres. He designed the arrangements of the stage of old Drury Lane Theatre, the Royal Circus, afterwards called the Surrey Theatre, 1805 (burnt down 30-1 Jan. 1868), and the Cobourg Theatre, 1818. He was the inventor of the roof known by his name, besides a number of machines, &c. He died in Mount Gardens, Lambeth, on 5 Feb. 1839.
[Redgrave's Dict. of Artists; Gent. Mag. (1839), i. 325]