Borromini


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Borromini

(Italian borroˈmiːni)
n
(Biography) Francesco, original name Francesco Castelli. 1599–1667, Italian baroque architect, working in Rome: his buildings include the churches of San Carlo (1641) and Sant' Ivo (1660)
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Bernini and Borromini worked in Palazzo Barberini after Maderno's death in 1629.
Asi como la elipse--en sus dos versiones geometrica y retorica, la elipsisconstituye la retombee y la marca maestra del primer barroco -Bernini, Borromini y Gongora bastarian para ilustrar esta aseveracion--, asimismo la materia fonica y grafica en expansion accidentada constituirian la firma del segundo.
Tomando como referencia la tratadistica francesa e italiana, Borromini acabo perfilandose entre los eruditos espanoles como el primer gran corruptor de la arquitectura.
Richardson pointed out that during Oppenord's youthful years of study in Rome he had been more predisposed to the baroque of Bernini and Borromini than to the monumentalism that had acted as inspiration for Louis XIV's architects.
La pelicula de Ruiz sigue, segun Buci-Glucksmann, la estructura eliptica y espiraldica de Borromini (150).
Track Round 1: new route linking round Borromini and new roundabout Rancate.
Archival material from Francesco Borromini and Antonio da Sangallo the Younger joins an impressive and sometimes surprising array of contemporary examples, including intricate engineering drawings of the Large Hadron Collider.
bred Eugene Green, who is bringing his Italy-shot "La Sapienza," inspired by the life and work of daring 17th-century architect Francesco Borromini.
Visiting the Cathedral in Milan, I came across his grave there, as San Carlo Borromini, involved in the education of the youth, who had passed away at 46.
THE Borromini Quartet are yet another exciting group to catch the sharp eye of Huddersfield Music Society.
The Pope, Urban VIII, could choose between three geniuses: Caravag- gio, Bernini or Borromini.
In fact, in 1641, Borromini had planned a similar hermitage as a retreat for Cardinal Antonio Barberini the Elder at Monte Mario in Rome (Curcio, Un'opera perduta di Borromini; Curcio, Disegni di Virgilio Spada; Sturm, L'Eremo di Montevirginio 104-11) (Fig.