VIGNOLA, Giacomo da
Italian architect (b. 1507, Vignola, Bologna, d. 1573, Roma)
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Exterior view
1553
Photo
Sant'Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome


Exterior view
1553
Photo
Sant'Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome


Exterior view
1553
Photo
Sant'Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome


Exterior view
1553
Photo
Sant'Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome


Interior view
1553
Photo
Sant'Andrea in Via Flaminia, Rome


Aerial view
begun 1566
Photo
Villa Lante, Bagneia


Exterior view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Interior view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Interior view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Interior view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Aerial view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Aerial view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Aerial view
begun 1559
Photo
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Fountain
begun c. 1560
Stone
Villa Farnese, Caprarola, near Viterbo


Exterior view
1551-55
Photo
Villa Giulia, Rome


Exterior view
1551-55
Photo
Villa Giulia, Rome


Interior view
1551-55
Photo
Villa Giulia, Rome


Interior view
1568-75
Photo
Il Gesù, Rome


Interior view
1568-75
Photo
Il Gesù, Rome


Interior view
1568-75
Photo
Il Gesù, Rome


Plan for the fašade
1570
Drawing
Il Gesù, Rome


Plans for the fašade
1568-71
Drawing
Il Gesù, Rome


Plan for the Gesù
1570
Drawing
Il Gesù, Rome


Perspective diagram
1583
Drawing
Biblioteca, Bologna


The Farnese Table
1565-73
Marble of different colours, semiprecious stones, Egyptian alabaster, 95 x 379 x 168 cm (overall)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


The Farnese Table
1565-73
Marble of different colours, semiprecious stones, Egyptian alabaster, 95 x 379 x 168 cm (overall)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York





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