Guidetti, Guidetto (...-1564)

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Guidetto Guidetti, Italian architect, died in 1564. He was active in Rome where among others built a church S.Caterina dei Funari notable for its harmonious facade. Since 1563 he worked at the execution of the project of Michelangelo for the Piazza del Campidoglio. Guidetti was influenced a lot by the modes of A.da Sangallo the Younger and applied for his creating the complex ornamentation of the mannerist character.

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