Marucelli, Paolo (1594-1649)

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Paolo Marucelli, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1594-1649. He was active in his home town in the period of innovations conducted by the great baroque masters. His most famous works are: facade of Palazzo Madama (1637-1642); the first project for the convent of Philippinians (1637).

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