Table of contents for Pietro da Cortona and Roman Baroque architecture / Anthony F. Blunt and Jörg M. Merz.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pietro, da Cortona, 1596-1669 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Architecture, Baroque -- Italy -- Rome.
Decoration and ornament, Architectural -- Italy -- Rome.