Daniel MarotDaniel Marot
) was a French
, an architect
, furniture designer and engraver. In this he was following the professionof his father, Jean Marot He left France following the anti-Protestant Edict of Fontainebleau
, prior to the revocation of the Edict of nantes. Marot moved to the Netherlands
where he Stadthilder who later became William of Orange
; in particular, he is associated with Het Loo
. In 1694
, he traveled with William to London
where he was appointed on eof his architects and Master of Works. He returned to Holland, in 1698
, where he lived until his death.
A folio volume of his furniture designs was published in Amsterdam. Not surprisingly the designs show strong French, Dutch and English influences.