Bazzani, Cesare

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Bazzani, Cesare (1873–1939). Italian architect who worked in Rome and created the Museo d'Arte Moderne there for the Exhibition of 1911. His style was eclectic Historicist in approach, and his buildings include the Biblioteca Nazionale, Florence (1907–35), and the Ministero dell' Educazione Nationale, Rome (1913–28).

Bibliography

F. Borsi (1966);
Giorgini & and Tocchi (1988);
Meeks (1966)