Guarino Guarini

Camillo Guarino Guarini (17 Ocak 1624–6 Mart 1683), hayatının büyük bölümünü geçirdiği Torino'nun yanı sıra Sicilya, Fransa ve Portekiz'deki eserleriyle ünlü İtalyan mimar,[1][2] rahip, matematikçi ve ilahiyatçı.[3] Gotik mimariye hayranlığıyla tanınan Guarino'nin Torino'daki San Lorenzo (1668–87), 17. yüzyılın en iyi İtalyan saraylarından biri olarak kabul edilen Palazzo Carignano (1679-85) ve Lizbon'daki[4] Santa Maria della Divina Providenza, özellikle Orta Avrupa ve Kuzey İtalya'daki Barok mimarları için önemli bir etkiye sahipti.[5][6]

Guarino Guarini
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Doğum 17 Ocak 1624(1624-01-17)
State Flag of the Duchy of Modena and Reggio (1830-1859).svg Modena, Modena ve Reggio Dükalığı
Ölüm 6 Mart 1683 (59 yaşında)
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Tanınma nedeni

Torino'daki Carignano Sarayı

KaynakçaDüzenle

  1. ^ n.a., n.a. (2006). Benezit Dictionary of Artists. Paris, Fransa: Editions Gründ. ISBN 978-2700030709. 
  2. ^ Lyons, John D. (2019). The Oxford handbook of the Baroque. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0190678449. 
  3. ^ Rogerson, J. W. (2006). The Oxford handbook of biblical studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0199237777. 
  4. ^ Wheeler, Douglas L. (2010). Historical dictionary of Portugal (3. bas.). Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press. ISBN 978-0810860889. 
  5. ^ Bjork, Robert E. (2010). The Oxford dictionary of the Middle Ages. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0198662624. 
  6. ^ Strayer, Joseph Reese (1989). Dictionary of the Middle Ages. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. ISBN 978-0684190730. 

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