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Paolo Marucelli

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Nationality  Italian
Died  October 23, 1649
Role  Architect

Name  Paolo Marucelli
Occupation  Architect
Structures  Palazzo Madama
Born  1594Rome
Known for  Facade of the Palazzo Madama

Paolo Marucelli or Marucelli (1594, Rome – 1649, Rome) was an Italian architect, most notable for the facade of the Palazzo Madama in Rome, begun to his designs in 1642 by L. Cardi. He also designed the sacristies of Santa Maria in Vallicella (1629) and Santa Maria dell'Anima (1635) and the convents of San Ignazio and Sant' Andrea della Valle.

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Paolo Marucelli Wikipedia


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