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From the Renaissance through the Enlightenment, many painters and sculpters were also architects. Such was the case of Giuseppe Barberi, a Neo-Classical artist of the 18th century, who, like his father, also named Giuseppe Barberi (1682 1767), created sketches and designs for a number of Italian temples and buildings in addition to creating other art objects. This drawing, utilizing black chalk, pen and brown ink, and a grey and brown wash, illustrates a Baroque style of church architecture. Popularized by architects/artists like Gianlorenzo Bernini and Francesco Borromini, these Baroque churches and cathedrals blended classical design derived from the Roman...
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