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Preface Introduction 1. Youth and Early Training 2. The Villa Sacchetti at Castelfusano 3. The Palazzo Barberini 4. The Sanctuary of Fortune at Palestrina 5. S. Lorenzo in Damaso 6. SS. Luca e Martina 7. Tombs and Altars 8. Florentine Interlude 9. Three Decorative Cycles 10. The Pamphilj-Mausoleum at the Chiesa Nuova 11. The Villa del Pigneto Sacchetti 12. The Artist's House 13. S. Maria della Pace 14. The Design for a Palace on Piazza Colonna 15. S. Maria in Via Lata 16. The Design for the Louvre 17. Late Ecclesiastical Works 18. Architecture in Paintings, Drawings, and Engravings 19. Personality 20. Cortona, Bernini, Borromini, and Tradition 21. Influence 22. Later Reputation Conclusion Bibliography Synopsis
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Pietro, da Cortona, 1596-1669 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Architecture, Baroque -- Italy -- Rome.
Decoration and ornament, Architectural -- Italy -- Rome.