Bettino, Antonio

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Bettino, Antonio (fl. 1650–80). Italian architect who designed the Church of San Filippo Neri, Chieri (1664–73), and Santi Maurizio e Lazzaro, Turin (1679–1704), generally agreed to be his greatest work. He was also responsible for San Filippo Neri, Turin (begun 1675), but Guarini took this over.

Bibliography

Pommer (1967);
Tamburini (1968)