François Holandre is a Naturaliste French, which one is unaware of the birth dates and of death.
He collaborates with Laurent Marie Chazelles de Prizy (active about 1790) in the translation of the Dictionnaire of the gardeners and the farmers (eight volumes, 1786 - 1789) of Philip Miller (1691-1771). The work is supplemented by the Supplément with the Dictionary of the gardeners, which includes/understands all the kinds and the species of plants nondetailed in the Dictionary of Miller (two volumes, 1789 - 1790).
It makes appear, in 1790, eight volumes of the Abrégé Natural history of the Viviparous Quadrupeds and Birds (At Sanson & Compagnie).
Holandre receives the load of the conservation of the rich person Cabinet of curiosities of the duke Charles II Auguste de Pfalz-Zweibrücken (1746-1795) but the castle of Karlsberg, which shelters the cabinet, is completely destroyed by the Sans-culottes in 1793.
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