Valvassori, Gabriele (1683-1761)

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Gabriele Valvassori, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1683-1761. He studied in the Academy of San Luca; from 1715 was at the service of the Doria Pamphili family who ordered him execution of the High Altar in the church of Sant'Agnese in piazza Navona in 1721; the new facade of their palace in Via del Corso and its connection with the church of Santa Maria in via Lata (1731-1733); internal reconstruction of the church S.Maria della Luce (1730).

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