|The Saint Gervais organ|
Grand-son of Robert Clicquot and son of Louis-Alexandre, he inherited the french tradition from his grand-father, who worked with Enocq, and from his father (who built Houdan and Rozay-en-Brie).
When his father died, he took charge of the workshop; the reconstruction of St Gervais organ in 1758 was one of his first works. Later on, he built the huge organ at St Sulpice (64 stops) and St Nicolas-des-Champs.
Clicquot remains one of the most famous French organ builders thanks to the organs of Souvigny (1782) and Poitiers Cathedral (1790), his last masterpiece.