Giacomo Quarenghi

Design of the Malta Chapel in St Petersburg. Vertical Section Showing the Catafalque of Emperor Paul I

Design of the Malta Chapel in St Petersburg. Vertical Section Showing the Catafalque of Emperor Paul I
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Author: Giacomo Quarenghi
Drawings, Pen, brush, Indian ink and watercolour, 35x49.7 cm
Origin: Italy-Russia, Between 1798 and 1800
Source of entry: acquired from Giulio Quarenghi, son of the architect Giacomo Quarenghi, 1818
Theme: Architecture

See also

Giacomo Quarenghi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been said that Quarenghi, due to his somewhat droll appearance, was the most frequently painted of architects. Giacomo Quarenghi (Italian pronunciation:  ...
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Giacomo Antonio Domenico Quarenghi, (born September 20, 1744, Rota d' Imagna, Republic of Venice [Italy]—died February 18, 1817, ...
Giacomo Antonio Quarenghi – Russiapedia Foreigners in Russia
Giacomo Antonio Quarenghi was the foremost and most prolific practitioner of Palladian architecture in Imperial Russia, particularly in St.
A Short History of the Palace - Blog & Alexander Palace Time Machine
Giacomo Quarenghi was the architect of the palace. He was born in Bergamo, Italy in 1744 and died in St. Petersburg in 1817. Quarenghi came from a family of  ...

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