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Borromini

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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He also considers the placement of Domenichino's fresco within the Roman church of Sant'Andrea della Valle--noting how the "light of God" is heightened by the actual light filtered through the windows, which are further framed by Borromini's sculptural and architectural designs--and regards the work as a "superb example of baroque [...] visual conceit" (p.
Whether the point of view is such that one sees the ellipse as an imperfect or corrupted circle (Galileo), as a permutation of the circle (Kepler and Borromini), or as an alternative figure, freed from the static strictures of the "perfect" circle (Sarduy), the fact remains that at least in the history of art, the ellipse will always occur, more or less, alongside its figural cohort, or binary opposite.
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.
(38.) Leo Steinberg, "Borromini's San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane: A Study in Multiple Form and Architectural Symbolism," 1960 dissertation, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.
Among them: Portugal's Pedro Costa, back with "Cavalo Dinheiro"; Filipino auteur Lav Diaz, with "From What Is Before"; Gaul's prolific Paul Vecchiali with "Nuits blanches sur la jetee"; and Paris-based but U.S.-bred Eugene Green, who is bringing his Italy-shot "La Sapienza," inspired by the life and work of daring 17th-century architect Francesco Borromini. These are all in the main competition where "no two films are alike in any way," Chatrian vows.
architektas ir teoretikas Bruno Zevi ivardija kaip didziuju kureju pavyzdzius, nuo Mikelandzelo iki Francesko Boromini (Francesco Borromini), Franko Loido Raito (Frank Lloyd Wright), Ericho Mendelsono (Erich Mendelsohn) ir Alvaro Alto (Alvar Hugo Henrik Aalto) bei Luiso Kano (Louis Isadore Kahn)--visi jie buvo nepailstami piesejai (Egea 2011).
Significativamente, su figura empezo a emerger en la historiografia gracias a su papel como mecenas del genial arquitecto Francesco Borromini y agente de la decoracion del palacio del Buen Retiro (8).
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.
Back in 17th-century Rome, a very long time before the Burj Khalifa, the facade of St Peter's needed a do over.The Pope, Urban VIII, could choose between three geniuses: Caravag- gio, Bernini or Borromini. One was a bril- liant yet unreliable painter, one was a gift- ed sculptor without any architectural experience and one was an outstanding architect who had designed some of the most revered buildings in the city.