Carlo Maderno

Carlo Maderno (1556–30 Ocak 1629), erken Barok mimarisinin tarzını belirleyen, erken 17. yüzyılın önde gelen Romalı mimar.[1][2] Santa Susanna, Aziz Petrus Bazilikası ve Sant'Andrea della Valle'nin cepheleri tasarlayan Maderno, İtalyan Barok'unun evriminde kilit öneme sahipti.[3]

Carlo Maderno
Maderno Carlo Ritratto.jpg
Doğum 1556
Bissone, Milano
Ölüm 30 Ocak 1629
Roma
Meslek Mimar
Tanınma nedeni Palazzo Barberini
Aziz Petrus Bazilikası
Santa Susanna

Diğer eserleri arasında Gesù e Maria, Palazzo Barberini, San Giacomo degli Incurabili, Santa Lucia di Selci ve defnedildiği yer olan San Giovanni dei Fiorentini öne çıkar.[4][5][6][7]

EserleriDüzenle

Resim Eser Tarih Ülke Şehir Yer
  Ospedale di San Giacomo degli Incurabili 1579-1592   İtalya Roma Via Canova
  Chiesa di San Giacomo in Augusta 1592-1602   İtalya Roma Via del Corso
  Palazzo Mattei di Giove 1598-1618   İtalya Roma Via Michelangelo Caetani
  Villa Aldobrandini 1598-1621   İtalya Frascati
  Cappella Cerasi 1600   İtalya Roma Santa Maria del Popolo Bazilikası
  Palazzo Doria-Pamphili XVII secolo   İtalya Roma Via del Corso
  Basilica di Santa Maria sopra Minerva XVII secolo   İtalya Roma Via della Minerva
  Santa Susanna 1603   İtalya Roma Via XX Settembre
  Aziz Petrus Bazilikası 1603-1629   Vatikan Vatikan Şehri Piazza San Pietro
  Sant'Andrea della Valle Bazilikası 1608-1650   İtalya Roma Corso Vittorio Emanuele II
  Santa Maria della Vittoria 1608-1620   İtalya Roma Via XX Settembre
  Palazzo Barberini 1625-1633   İtalya Roma Via delle Quattro Fontane
  Sant'Ignazio di Loyola Kilisesi 1626   İtalya Roma Via della Caravita
  San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini Bazilikası 1629   İtalya Roma Piazza dell'Oro

KaynakçaDüzenle

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  2. ^ Strayer, Joseph Reese (1989). Dictionary of the Middle Ages. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. ISBN 978-0684190730. 
  3. ^ Arnold, John H. (2017). The Oxford handbook of medieval Christianity. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198811176. 
  4. ^ n.a., n.a. (2006). Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Paris, Fransa: Editions Gründ. ISBN 978-2700030709. 
  5. ^ Lyons, John D. (2019). The Oxford handbook of the Baroque. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0190678449. 
  6. ^ Gilbert, Mark (2020). Historical dictionary of modern Italy (3. bas.). Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ISBN 978-1538102534. 
  7. ^ n.a., n.a. (2021). Italy. New York, NY: DK Eyewitness. ISBN 978-0241510636. 

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