De Rossi, Giovanni Antonio (1616-1695)

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Giovanni Antonio De Rossi, Italian architect, was born and deid in Rome in 1616-1695. He was a representative of mature Roman Baroque. De Rossi projected a vast complez of Palazzo Altieri (1650-1676) and some other not big palaces of measured elegance, all important for the development of civic architecture in the 17th century (Palazzo D'Aste-Bonaparte, 1658-1665). He also was creator of some interiors of the churches: Cappella al Monte di Pieta', S.Pantaleo, etc.

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