Palazzo Marino

Facade of Palazzo Marino in Piazza della Scala
The original design of the facade of the Palace facing Piazza San Fedele (illustration found in the "Raccolta Bianconi", a collection of tables in the Biblioteca Trivulziana, vol.I, p. 25, A 4042)
Piazza della Scala: the statue of Leonardo da Vinci, Palazzo Marino (on the left) and the entrance of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II (on the right)

16th-century palace located in Piazza della Scala, in the centre of Milan, Italy.

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Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano

600-year-old organization that was established to supervise the construction of the Cathedral of Milan (the "Duomo").

The headquarters of the Veneranda Fabbrica, in Piazza del Duomo

Over the centuries, artists and workers from the Fabbrica del Duomo have collaborated with other notable architectural projects in the city; for example, sculptors of the Fabbrica have been involved with the decoration of the facades of Palazzo Marino (Milan's city hall).

Piazza San Fedele

San Fedele Square with Palazzo Marino on the left and San Fedele Church on the back

Piazza San Fedele (Saint Fedele Square in English) is sited in Milan near Palazzo Marino (Milan's Municipal office), the Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery and Piazza della Scala in a pedestrian area in the centre of the city.

Ottavio Semini

Ottavio Semini (c.

Florence, the birthplace of the European Renaissance. The architectural perspective, and modern systems and fields of banking and accounting were introduced during the Renaissance.

With is brother, Andrea Semini, he frescoed some salons the Palazzo Marino in Milan.

Andrea Semini

Italian painter of the late-Renaissance, active mainly in his native Genoa.

Florence, the birthplace of the European Renaissance. The architectural perspective, and modern systems and fields of banking and accounting were introduced during the Renaissance.

After studying some time under his father, together with his brother Ottavio he went to Rome, and they realized some work in collaboration (frescoes in the Palazzo Marino in Milan).

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Palazzo Marino

San Fedele, Milan

Jesuit church in Milan, northern Italy.

Façade of the church.

Located in Saint Fedele Square in the centre of the city, near the Palazzo Marino, the Teatro alla Scala and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the church was commissioned by Charles Borromeo from Pellegrino Tibaldi (1559).

List of palaces in Italy

List of the most important palaces in Italy, sorted by city.

The Winter Palace, a royal palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia; which served as the official residence of the Russian Emperors.

Palazzo Marino

The Fourth Estate (painting)

Oil painting by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, originally titled The Path of Workers and made between 1898 and 1901.

Ambasciatori della Fame was an early version of Fourth Estate
Photograph of Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo
La Fiumana by Giuseppe Pellizza da Volpedo, 1898, oil on canvas, 255 x 438 cm. Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan.
Detail of La Fiumana
1898–1899 study on paper for Il Quarto Stato
Study of a male figure for Fourth Estate, Pellizza, 1898, charcoal on paper
Detail of The Fourth Estate
The models who posed for the making of The Fourth Estate. The numbers correspond to the text of the paragraph
Postcard with The Fourth Estate decorated by an Art Nouveau carnation and printed by the magazine L'Uomo che ride as a tribute to subscribers
Still from Tragic Hunt inspired by The Fourth Estate

After the war, it was reinstated for public view in 1954 and was displayed initially in the Palazzo Marino.

Scrofa semilanuta

Ancient emblem of the city of Milan, Italy, dating back at least to the Middle Ages — and, according to a local legend, to the very foundation of Milan.

Bas relief representing the scrofa semilanuta on the walls of Palazzo della Ragione, Milan

Another (more recent) representation of the "scrofa semilanuta" is found in the internal courtyard of Palazzo Marino (Milan's city hall).

School of Fascist Mysticism

Established in Milan, Italy in 1930 by Niccolò Giani.

During February 19 to 20 in Milan, to mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the School, the "First National Conference of Mystical Fascists" was held in a room at the palazzo Marino (Marino Palace), with the intention that it would be the first in a series of such conferences.