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Arnolfo di Cambio by Vasari

Arnolfo di Cambio

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Arnolfo di Cambio (c.

Arnolfo di Cambio (c.

Arnolfo di Cambio by Vasari
The ciborium over the high altar of St. John Lateran is derived from a design by Arnolfo di Cambio and decorated with paintings by Barna da Siena in 1367–1368. The cage above contains silver reliquaries which are said to hold the heads of SS. Peter and Paul.
The sculpture of St. Peter found within St. Peter's Basilica, Rome
Detail of the tomb of Riccardo Cardinal Annibaldi, at St. John Lateran. This was the first major work of Arnolfo in Rome.
Tomb of Honorius IV (The columns and upper entablature are of a later date).

1240 – 1300/1310 ) was an Italian architect and sculptor.

Schloss Eggenberg front façade with entry portal.

Giovanni Pietro de Pomis

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Schloss Eggenberg front façade with entry portal.
Façade of St. Catherine of Alexandria's Church with dome of attached Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II to the right
Aerial view of Schloss Eggenberg (Graz)
Mariahilferkirche Graz
Façade of the "Gemaltes Haus" (Painted House), aka "Herzogshofs" in Graz
Ruprecht von Eggenberg's Mausoleum on the Schlossberg to Ehrenhausen
Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg
Archduchess Maria Anna of Bavaria, wife of Charles II, Archduke of Austria on death bed
Medallion commemorating the Battle of White Mountain with portrait of Emperor Ferdinand II

Giovanni Pietro de Pomis (ca.1565 or 1569/70 – 6 March 1633) was an Italian painter, medailleur, architect and fortress master builder.

Lyme Park, Cheshire designed by Giacomo Leoni. The original Tudor mansion was transformed by Leoni into an Italian palazzo. The design was altered by English architect Lewis Wyatt's 19th century addition of the box-like structure surrounding the centre pediment. This squat tower is in place of Leoni's intended cupola.

Giacomo Leoni

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Lyme Park, Cheshire designed by Giacomo Leoni. The original Tudor mansion was transformed by Leoni into an Italian palazzo. The design was altered by English architect Lewis Wyatt's 19th century addition of the box-like structure surrounding the centre pediment. This squat tower is in place of Leoni's intended cupola.
Palladio's design for a Basilica as it appeared drawn by Leoni, in his translation of The Architecture of Palladio in Four Books (3rd. ed. vol. 1, London, 1742, Plate XX).
7 Burlington Gardens, later Queensberry House, London. Leoni's first executed design in England, an important architectural landmark as the first London mansion to be built in a terrace with an "antique temple front."
The inner courtyard, and main entrance at Lyme Park. The rusticated walls and bold fenestration evoke a strong Italian atmosphere, while the mannerist arcades, many of them blind, conceal the Tudor irregularities of design.
Clandon House, considered by some to be Leoni's masterpiece.
Moor Park during the 1780s when the colonnaded wings were still in situ. Today, the remaining corps de logis is the club house of a golf course.
Lathom House, Lancashire. Built in 1724 for Thomas Bootle by Leoni. A Palladian mansion with a rusticated basement and a flight of steps leading to the piano nobile. Linked by colonnades to secondary wings. The house was largely demolished in 1929.
Lathom House, Lancashire, the surviving west wing
Leoni's portico is all that survived a fire at Thorndon Hall in Essex. The house was rebuilt by James Paine.
Octagonal Garden Temple, Cliveden by Giacomo Leoni
Leoni's name on the Burdett Coutts Memorial, Old St Pancras Churchyard, London (detail)
Alkrington Hall in Greater Manchester, built in 1736 for Sir Darcy Lever by Giacomo Leoni

Giacomo Leoni (1686 – 8 June 1746), also known as James Leoni, was an Italian architect, born in Venice.