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    • Palazzo Rucellai; Rucellai Palace

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    • Alberti was an ardent student of classical architecture. He created the illusion that the Palazzo Rucellai becomes lighter toward its top by adapting the Roman manner of using different capitals for each story. Commissioned by Giovanni Rucellai...
    • Palazzo Rucellai; Rucellai Palace

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    • Alberti was an ardent student of classical architecture. He created the illusion that the Palazzo Rucellai becomes lighter toward its top by adapting the Roman manner of using different capitals for each story. Commissioned by Giovanni Rucellai...
    • Palazzo Rucellai; Rucellai Palace

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    • Alberti was an ardent student of classical architecture. He created the illusion that the Palazzo Rucellai becomes lighter toward its top by adapting the Roman manner of using different capitals for each story. Commissioned by Giovanni Rucellai...
    • Palazzo Rucellai; Rucellai Palace

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    • Alberti was an ardent student of classical architecture. He created the illusion that the Palazzo Rucellai becomes lighter toward its top by adapting the Roman manner of using different capitals for each story. Commissioned by Giovanni Rucellai...
    • Palazzo Rucellai; Rucellai Palace

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    • Commissioned by Giovanni Rucellai (1403-1481)" a wealthy Florentine banker and respected intellectual. Three story, five bay facade. Facade, which was extended at a later date to seven bays, unites several earlier buildings." Faces a small...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Santa Maria Novella

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    • Dominicans began the present church(at the apse end) in 1246 on the site of a late 11th century church, S. M. delle Vigne. Friars Sisto and Ristoro possibly architects for the nave (begun 1279). Fra Talenti completed it in mid-14th century. Lower...
    • Palazzo Strozzi; Strozzi Palace

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    • Commissioned by Filippo Strozzi in 1489. A model was done at some point by Giuliano da Sangallo (Bargello Museum collection). Benedetto da Maiano may have designed it, but actually construction was overseen by Simone del Pollaiuolo, known as Il...
    • Palazzo Strozzi; Strozzi Palace

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    • Commissioned by Filippo Strozzi in 1489. A model was done at some point by Giuliano da Sangallo (Bargello Museum collection). Benedetto da Maiano may have designed it, but actually construction was overseen by Simone del Pollaiuolo, known as Il...
    • Palazzo Strozzi; Strozzi Palace

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    • Commissioned by Filippo Strozzi in 1489. A model was done at some point by Giuliano da Sangallo (Bargello Museum collection). Benedetto da Maiano may have designed it, but actually construction was overseen by Simone del Pollaiuolo, known as Il...

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