Volterra, Francesco da (16th-17th centuries)

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Francesco Capriani, named Francesco da Volterra, Italian architect, lived in the 16th-17th centuries. Among numerous works executed in Rome are the churches of San Giacomo degli Incurabili (finished by Maderna), of Santa Maria della Scala in Trastevere, of Santa Maria dell'Orto, of Santa Chiara (1562) and Palazzo Lancelotti. Between 1565 and 1570 he worked for the duke of Guastalla.

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