Antolini, Giovanni Antonio

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Antolini, Giovanni Antonio (1756–1841). Italian Neo-Classical architect, he came from Faenza, and settled in Milan in 1800 after a long stay in Rome. He was much influenced by French Neo-Classicists, as his monumental scheme for the Foro Buonaparte, Milan (1801), shows, but his realized projects are few.

Bibliography

Antolini (1806);
Meeks (1966);
Mezzanotte (1966);
Middleton & and Watkin (1987)