I pittori-architetti del Senato di Palermo tra Seicento e Settecento

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Abstract

[automatically translated] In the case of the office of architect of the Palermo Senate, the formation of a painter or a sculptor, seems to have been, at least until the early eighteenth century, virtually unavoidable. Here we will just briefly the succession of characters who assumed the office, focusing on their training and the early stages of integration and professional success, in order to shed light on how the training and employment still held out to change significantly in the late seventeenth century and the first decades of the eighteenth century, in tune with wider Italian cultural movements.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLos lugares del arte: Identidad y representacion
Pages291-304
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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