1507, Oct 11536-15731573, Jul 7
one of the great Italian architects of 16th century Mannerism. His two great masterpieces are the Villa Farnese at Caprarola and the Jesuits' Church of the Gesù in Rome.
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Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola1507, Oct 11536
15731573, Jul 7

Guglielmo Bergamasco1485 ca1519
 an Italian architect and sculptor of the Renaissance period. He designed and helped build various...
Antonio da Sangallo the Younger1485, Apr 121510
15461546, Aug 3
 an Italian architect active during the Renaissance. He lived and worked in Rome during the greate...
Giulio Romano1499 ca1520
15461546, Nov 1
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Michele Sanmicheli14841510
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Jean Goujon1510 ca1541
15621565 ca
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Michelangelo1475, Mar 61490
15641564, Feb 18
 an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the High Renaissance who exerted a...
Giovanni da Udine14871517
 an Italian painter and architect born in Udine. A pupil of Raphael and one of his assistants in p...
Philibert de l'Orme1514 ca1540
15671570, Jan 8
 a French architect, one of the great masters of the French Renaissance; also wrote two books on a...
Giorgio Vasari1511, Jul 301530
15691574, Jun 27
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Galeazzo Alessi15121547
15691572, Dec 30
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Francesco Laparelli1521, Apr 51556
15691570, Oct 20
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Jean Bullant15151537
15741578, Oct 13
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Pierre Lescot1510 ca1530
15791578, Sep
 a French architect active during the French Renaissance, "the man who was first responsible for t...
Andrea Palladio1508, Nov 301530
15791580, Aug 19
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Francesco Primaticcio1504, Apr 301530
 an Italian Mannerist painter, architect and sculptor who spent most of his career in France. Toge...
Juan de Juni1507 ca1533
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Bartolomeo Ammanati15111540
 an Italian architect and sculptor. He was more distinguished in architecture than in sculpture. L...
Hans Hendrik van Paesschen1510 ca1540
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Jacques Androuet du Cerceau15101549
 a well-known French designer of architecture, ornament, furniture, metalwork and other decorative...
Koca Mimar Sinan Agha1489/90 ca1512
15881588, Jul 17
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Girolamo Cassar1520 ca1560
15881590 ca
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Juan de Herrera15301561
15891597, Jan 15
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Pellegrino Tibaldi15271542
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Federico Zuccari1540/41 ca1550
16091609, Aug 6
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Vittorio Cassar1550 ca1570
 a Maltese architect, engineer and knight in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century. He ...
Vincenzo Scamozzi1548, Sep 21568
16141616, Aug 7
 an Italian architect and a writer on architecture, active mainly in Vicenza and Republic of Venic...
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