Pietro da Cortona and Roman Baroque Architecture
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Pietro da Cortona and Roman Baroque Architecture

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At first a successful painter of the Roman Baroque, Pietro (Berrettini) da Cortona (1597-1669) soon emerged as an architect of equal stature. This book is the first to focus full attention on Cortona's buildings and projects and to assess his position in Roman Baroque architecture.



The book discusses Cortona's major commissions, particularly SS. Luca e Martina, the Villa de...more
Hardcover, 376 pages
Published September 23rd 2008 by Yale University Press (first published May 28th 2007)
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