Del Grande, Antonio (1625-1671)

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Antonio Del Grande, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1625-1671. He was active in Rome, especially for the families of Pamphili and Colonna, collaborated with Carlo Rainaldi in the church of S.Agnese in Agone; executed the facade of Palazzo Doria Pamphili (facing Collegio Romano) (1659-1661); Galleria di Palazzo Colonna (1654); Carceri Nuove in via Giulia (1652-1658). He showed apart from Borromini's influence attraction to grandiose and simple forms of Renaissance tradition.

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