Piazza Farnese

Exterior: View from NE (of the Palazzo, exact center of the piazza)

Creator: 

Creator Nationality: 

Creator Dates: 

1484-1546

Creator Role: 

Creator 2: 

Creator 2 Nationality: 

Creator 2 Dates: 

1475-1564

Creator 2 Role: 

Creator 3: 

Creator 3 Nationality: 

Creator 3 Dates: 

1507-1573

Creator 3 Role: 

Creator 4: 

Creator 4 Nationality: 

Creator 4 Dates: 

1532-1602

Creator 4 Role: 

Main Work: 

Palazzo Farnese

Date: 

1517-1589 (Palazzo)

Location: 

Geographic Coordinates: 

Latitude: 41.895184000000
Longitude: 12.471247000000

Notes: 

Piazza Farnese is dominated by the most important Renaissance architecture in history, the Palazzo Farnese. This entry is written on the basis of Palazzo Farnese as the main artwork. Also there are the two “bathtub” fountains, whose elements are known to have been taken from the Baths of Caracalla. NW corner houses the Chiesa di Santa Brigida (14th C)

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Culture: 

Subject: 

Palazzo Farnese (Rome, Italy)

Subject 2: 

Paul III, Pope (Alessandro Farnese II)

Photographer: 

Image Source: 

Photography by Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History, Columbia University

Image Date: 

12-Mar