SANGALLO, Antonio da (The Younger)

    (1484-1546)

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  • Antonio da Sangallo the Younger — Antonio da Sangallo the Younger, born Antonio Cordiani (April 12, 1484 August 3, 1546) was an Italian architect active during the Italian Renaissance.BiographySangallo was born in Florence. His grandfather Francesco Giamberti was a woodworker,… …   Wikipedia

  • Sangallo the Younger, Antonio da — (1485 1546)    Italian architect, the nephew of Giuliano da Sangallo and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder. In c. 1503, Antonio went to Rome where he first worked with Donato Bramante at St. Peter s, acting as his assistant and draughtsman. In c.… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • da Sangallo the Younger, Antonio (Giamberti) — born April 12, 1484, Florence died Aug. 3, 1546, Terni Italian architect. He was the nephew of the architects Giuliano da Sangallo (1445–1516) and Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (1460–1534). Throughout his career, Antonio worked on St. Peter s… …   Universalium

  • Antonio da Sangallo el Joven — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Retrado de Sangallo el Joven en un grabado de la edición de 1568 de Le Vite de Giorgio Vasari. Antonio Cordiani, llamado Antonio da Sangallo el Joven (Florencia, 12 de abril de …   Wikipedia Español

  • Sangallo — is the surname of a Florentine family, several members of which became distinguished in the fine arts, including:* Giuliano da Sangallo (1445 1516) * Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (1455? 1534), younger brother of Giuliano * Francesco da Sangallo… …   Wikipedia

  • Antonio da Sangallo the Elder — (c. 1453 ndash; December 27 1534), was a Florentine architect active during the Italian Renaissance. His father Francesco Giamberti was a woodworker, and his brother Giuliano da Sangallo and nephew Antonio da Sangallo the Younger were architects …   Wikipedia

  • Antonio da Sangallo — may refer to:* Antonio da Sangallo the Elder (c.1453 ndash;1534),Florentine architect * Antonio da Sangallo the Younger (or Antonio Cordiani), (1484 ndash;1546), Florentine architect and the Elder s nephew …   Wikipedia

  • The Vatican —     The Vatican     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Vatican     This subject will be treated under the following heads:     I. Introduction; II. Architectural History of the Vatican Palace; III. Description of the Palace; IV. Description of the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Antonio d' Abacco — (16th century) was an architect, engraver, and writer about the architecture of classical Rome. He was a pupil of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger in Rome. In 1558, he published a valuable architectural treatise, entitled Libro d Antonio d Abacco …   Wikipedia

  • Sangallo Family — ▪ Italian family       outstanding family of Florentine Renaissance architects. Its most prominent members were: Antonio da Sangallo the Elder; his older brother Giuliano da Sangallo; Antonio (Giamberti) da Sangallo the Younger, the nephew of… …   Universalium

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