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Profession: architect

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AABBONDI, Antonio di Pietro (see SCARPAGNINO)(c. 1465-1549)High RenaissanceItalian architect (Venice)
ACERO Y AREBO, Vicente(c. 1677-1739)BaroqueSpanish architect
ADAM, Robert(1728-1792)BaroqueScottish architect (London)
ADELCRANTZ, Carl Fredrik(1716-1796)NeoclassicismSwedish architect
AGUADO LÓPEZ, Antonio(1764-1831)NeoclassicismSpanish architect (Madrid)
ALBERTI, Leon Battista(1404-1472)Early RenaissanceItalian architect
ALEANDRI, Ireneo(1795-1885)NeoclassicismItalian architect
ALESSI, Galeazzo(1512-1572)MannerismItalian architect (Genoa)
ÁÁLVARES, Baltasar(active 1570-1624)BaroquePortuguese architect
AAMADEO, Giovanni Antonio(c. 1447-1522)Early RenaissanceItalian architect (Lombardy)
AMMANATI, Bartolomeo(1511-1592)MannerismItalian architect
ANTOINE, Jacques-Denis (1733-1801)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
ANTOLINI, Giovanni Antonio(1756-1841)NeoclassicismItalian architect (Milan)
ANTONELLI, Alessandro(1798-1788)NeoclassicismItalian architect (Turin)
ARKWRIGHT, Richard(1732-1792)NeoclassicismEnglish architect (Cromford)
BBALLU, Théodore(1817-1885)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
BALTARD, Louis-Pierre(1764-1846)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
BANDHAUER, Gottfried(1790-1827)NeoclassicismGerman architect (Köthen)
BARBARO, Daniele(1514-1570)MannerismItalian architect (Venice)
BAROZZI, Giacomo (see VIGNOLA, Giacomo da)(1507-1573)High RenaissanceItalian architect (Rome)
BARRY, Sir Charles(1795-1860)NeoclassicismEnglish architect (London)
BATAILLE, Laurent-Edmé(1758-1819)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
BAZHENOV, Vasily(c. 1737-1799)NeoclassicismRussian architect (Moscow)
BEER, Franz(1660-1726)BaroqueAustrian architect (Vorarlberg)
BEER, Johann Michael(1700-1767)BaroqueAustrian architect (Vorarlberg)
BEER, Michael(c. 1605-1666)BaroqueAustrian architect (Vorarlberg)
BEHEIM, Hans the Elder(c. 1457-1538)Northern RenaissanceGerman architect (Nuremberg)
BÉLANGER, François-Joseph(1744-1818)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
BENONI, Giuseppe(1618-1684)BaroqueItalian architect (Venice)
BERGAMASCO, Il (see GRIGI, Guglielmo de')(c. 1480-c. 1550)High RenaissanceItalian architect (Venice)
BIANCHI, Giovanni Battista(1631-1687)BaroqueItalian architect (Verona)
BIANCHI, Pietro II(1787-1849)NeoclassicismSwiss architect (Naples)
BINDESBØLL, Michael Gottlieb(1800-1856)NeoclassicismDanish architect
BOITO, Camillo(1836-1914)RealismItalian architect
BON, Bartolomeo(active 1421-1464)Early RenaissanceItalian architect
BON, Giovanni(c. 1355-c. 1443)Early RenaissanceItalian architect
BONAVÍA, Santiago(1705-1759)BaroqueItalian architect (Spain)
BONOMI, Joseph the Elder(1739-1808)NeoclassicismEnglish architect
BONSIGNORE, Ferdinando(1760-1843)NeoclassicismItalian architect (Turin)
BORROMINI, Francesco(1599-1667)BaroqueItalian architect (Rome)
BORT, Jaime(d. 1754)BaroqueSpanish architect (Murcia)
BOSCHETTI, Lorenzo(active 1709-1772)BaroqueItalian architect (Venice)
BOSCOLI, Tommaso di Pietro(1503-1574)High RenaissanceItalian architect
BOULLÉE, Étienne-Louis(1728-1799)NeoclassicismFrench architect (Paris)
BOURLA, Pierre Bruno(1783-1866)NeoclassicismBelgian architect (Antwerp)
BOYLE, Richard, 3rd Earl of Burlington(1694-1753)BaroqueEnglish architect (London)
BRAMANTE, Donato(1444-1514)Early RenaissanceItalian architect (Milan)
BRENDEL, Johann Gottlob David(1753-1803)RococoGerman architect
BRENNA, Vincenzo(1745-1820)NeoclassicismItalian architect (Moscow)
BRIDGEMAN, Charles(1690-1738)BaroqueEnglish architect
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