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Dynamics of architecture in late baroque Rome : Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni at the Cancelleria / Edward J. Olszewski ; managing editor, Monika Michałowicz.

Olszewski, Edward J [author.]; Michałowicz, Monika [editor].
Publisher: Warsaw, [Poland] ; De Gruyter Open Ltd, [2015]Description: ix, 145 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783110452457; 3110452456; 9783110452464; 3110452464.Subject(s): Ottoboni, Pietro, 1667-1740 -- Art patronage. card | Ottoboni, Pietro, 1667-1740 card | Architecture, Baroque -- Italy -- Rome | Architecture, Modern -- 20th century -- Italy | Architecture, Baroque | Architecture, Modern -- 20th century | Art patronageOnline resources: Full text available online: De Gruyter Open Access
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.Origins -- 1.2.Papal Patronage -- 2.Architectural Beginnings -- 2.1.The First Architects -- 2.2.Early Theaters -- 2.3.Ottoboni Holdings -- 2.4.G.F. Pellegrini -- 2.5.Nicola Michetti -- 3.Theater Architecture -- 3.1.Ottoboni Theater & Filippo Juvarra -- 3.2.Juvarra's Theater Drawings -- 3.3.The Lost Theater -- 3.4.Studies of Juvarra's Theater Drawings -- 3.5.The Fate of Ottoboni's Theater -- 3.6.Appearance of the Theater -- 4.Other Cancelleria Spaces -- 4.1.The Sala Riaria -- 4.2.Ludovico Rusconi Sassi -- 4.3.The Arcadian Academy -- 4.4.The Bosco Parrasio -- 4.5.San Lorenzo in Damaso -- 5.Architectural Collaboration -- 5.1.The Lateran Facade Competition -- 6.Fugitive Architecture -- 6.1.The Final Decade -- 6.2.Domenico Gregorini -- 6.3.Ottoboni's Ephemeral Constructions -- 6.4.Alessandro Mauri -- 6.5.G.B. Oliverio.
Summary: This first comprehensive account of the architectural patronage of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni (1667-1740), identifies twelve architects during his half-century of patronage in his Ecclesiastical court of the Cancelleria. Commercial and private theaters in the palace are located from archival data, room measurements, drawings, diary accounts, Correspondence of the French Academy, and palimpsests of architectural details.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.Origins -- 1.2.Papal Patronage -- 2.Architectural Beginnings -- 2.1.The First Architects -- 2.2.Early Theaters -- 2.3.Ottoboni Holdings -- 2.4.G.F. Pellegrini -- 2.5.Nicola Michetti -- 3.Theater Architecture -- 3.1.Ottoboni Theater & Filippo Juvarra -- 3.2.Juvarra's Theater Drawings -- 3.3.The Lost Theater -- 3.4.Studies of Juvarra's Theater Drawings -- 3.5.The Fate of Ottoboni's Theater -- 3.6.Appearance of the Theater -- 4.Other Cancelleria Spaces -- 4.1.The Sala Riaria -- 4.2.Ludovico Rusconi Sassi -- 4.3.The Arcadian Academy -- 4.4.The Bosco Parrasio -- 4.5.San Lorenzo in Damaso -- 5.Architectural Collaboration -- 5.1.The Lateran Facade Competition -- 6.Fugitive Architecture -- 6.1.The Final Decade -- 6.2.Domenico Gregorini -- 6.3.Ottoboni's Ephemeral Constructions -- 6.4.Alessandro Mauri -- 6.5.G.B. Oliverio.

This first comprehensive account of the architectural patronage of Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni (1667-1740), identifies twelve architects during his half-century of patronage in his Ecclesiastical court of the Cancelleria. Commercial and private theaters in the palace are located from archival data, room measurements, drawings, diary accounts, Correspondence of the French Academy, and palimpsests of architectural details.

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