Gregorini, Domenico (1700-1777)

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Domenico Gregorini, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1700-1777. He was a pupil of F.Juvarra and a member of Academy of St Luca. Gregorini executed in Rome in 1743 in collaboration with P.Passalacqua, the restoration of ancient Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme. Here could be seen evident influence of Borromini's art as in internal reconstruction of the church inspired by Borromini's work in San Giovanni in Laterano, as in monumental facade. Among his other works should be noticed an oratory of Sacramento in the church S.Maria in Via.

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