Canevari, Antonio (1681-c1750)

"Canevari, Antonio (1681-c1750)" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Wednesday 27th April 2011

Antonio Canevari, Italian architect, was born in Rome in 1681 and died in Naples in circa 1750. He was active in Rome (convent of SS.Giovanni e Paolo and reconstruction of the church; arrangement of Bosco Parrasio, gardens of Arcadia, on the slopes of Janiculum), in Portugal (Torre dell'Orologio in Lisbon), and in Naples (project for Palazzo Reale di Portici, 1736).

As you visit 'Canevari, Antonio (1681-c1750)' you may also like following articles . . .

Paracca, Giovanni Antonio (died circa 1584), il Valsoldo

Giovanni Antonio Paracca, named Valsoldo, Italian sculptor, was born in Lugano and died in Genova in circa 1584. He was active in Genoa from 1555 till 1560, he

Naples (NA) (Campania)

Region of Campania (Naples) in Southern Italy. Surface 1171 sq.km.; 92 communes; agriculture, industry, tourism. Main centers: Torre del Greco, Castellammare

Church/ Basilica of Santi (SS.) Giovanni e Paolo

The Church/ Basilica of Santi (SS.) Giovanni e Paolo (Chiesa/ Basilica dei SS.Giovanni e Paolo) on the Celian Hill grew over some ancient Roman constructions

Taccone, Paolo (died 1477)

Taccone, Paolo di Mariano da Sezze, named Paolo Romano, Italian sculptor active in Rome in 1451-1477. He also worked in Naples over the Arch of Alfonso d'

Sangallo, Antonio da (1484-1546) (the Younger) (nephew of Giuliano and Antonio)

Antonio da Sangallo, the Younger, Italian architect, was born in Florence in 1484 and died in Rome in 1546; nephew of Giuliano and Antonio da Sangallo. He